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REPUBLIC OF GHANA

THE COMPOSITE BUDGET

OF THE

AWUTU SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY FOR THE

2014 FISCAL YEAR

For Copies of this MMDA’s Composite Budget, please contact the address below: The Coordinating Director, Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly Central Region This 2014 Composite Budget is also available on the internet at: www.mofep.gov.gh

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1.0.

Brief introduction about the Municipality

The Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly (ASEMA) is one of the newly created Municipalities in the Central Region. The Municipality was carved out of the former – Awutu Senya District in 2012 and established as a Municipality by Legislative Instrument (LI) 2025. The rationale was to facilitate government’s decentralization programmes and local governance system. The people of the Municipality are mainly Guans. There are other settler tribes of different ethnic backgrounds; these include the Gas, Akans, Ewes, Walas/Dagartis, Moshies, Basares and other numerous smaller tribes. The main languages spoken are Akan and English as the official language. Kasoa is said to be one of the fastest growing community in West Africa

1.1.

Vision

 To become a well-developed Municipal Assembly that provides and facilitates excellent services to its people to ensure improvement in the quality of life of its people. 1.2.

Mission Statement

 The Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly exists to facilitate the improvement in the quality of life of the people in close collaboration with the private sector and other development partners in the Municipality through the mobilization and the judicious use of resources and provision of Basic Socio-Economic Development within the context of commitment to Equity, Accountability, Transparency and excellence

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2.0.

Municipal Profile:2.1.

Location and Size

The Awutu Senya East Municipal is located in the Eastern part of the Central Region within Latitudes 5°45 south and 6°00 north and from Longitude 0°20 west to 0°35 East. It shares common boundaries with Ga South Municipal Assembly (in the Greater Accra Region) at the East, Awutu Senya District at the North and Gomoa East District at the West and South respectively.

The Municipality covers a total land area of about

180 sq km about 18% of the total area of the Central Region. Kasoa the Municipal Capital is locate at the south-easting part, about 31km off the Accra-Capital. Other major settlements are Opeikuma, Adam Nana, Kpormertey, Ofankor, Akweley, Walantu and Zongo. 2.1.1.

MUNICIPALITY IN THE NATIONAL CONTEXT

2.1.2.

AWUTU SENYA EAST IN THE REGIONAL CONTEXT

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2.2.

ZONAL COUNCILS, TOWNS AND COMMUNITIES IN AWUTU SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY

ZONAL COUNCIL

TOWNS

COMMUNITIES(AREAS)

KASOA ZONAL COUNCIL

Iron City

Iron City

New Town

Dokustekope

Kasoa Zongo

Banat Prince Derrick Maame Osofo

KPORMETEY ZONAL

Adam Nana

Amuzukope

COUNCIL

Joe Mends

Semenshia Lamptey Mills Bigman Town Kingdom Town Infrgate Area Mount Zion Area Adam Nana Christian Hill Ghana Flag Songai Joe Mends Zone 6 Asempa Ghana Flag Freetown

OFAAKOR ZONAL

Otamens

Otamens City

COUNCIL

Rock City Gada Kope

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Alic Andam/Larbi Town Awushie Tetteh/Kaneshie Bentum Queen City Okwampi Ofaakor Newtown Kovor kope OPEIKUMA ZONAL

American Town

COUNCIL

American Town Adakope Ayigbe Town Diamond City Opeikuma Krispol City Asamoah Town Adom City Doctor Jesus Estate Down Anigyekrom

AKWELEY ZONAL

Kaemebre

Down Town

COUNCIL

Ash Town Kaemebre Akweley Township

WALANTU ZONAL

CP

Walantu

COUNCIL

Windy Hills Biakoye

Top Hill Blue Rose Estate Chief Imam Mosque CP Abease CP Last Stop

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CP Poultry Farm CP Evelip Farm CP Holly Valley CP Roman Down CP Winga Town CP Step to Christ Agenkwa CP Tipa Junction Little Rock Area Walantu Junction

In spite of the seemingly boundary conflict between the Assemblies concerned, there is effective collaborative efforts among them for development to the benefit of their respective residents and stakeholders. 2.3.

Topography and Drainage

The topography of the municipal is characterised by isolated undulating highlands located around the Ofaakor and Akwerley area. The nature of the topography is directly related to the soil type. The highland and lowland area have loamy soils and clay soils respectively. The drainage in the high areas is not intensive as compared to the lowland areas. The major river namely Okrudu drain into the sea and cause flooding during the rainy season. 2.4.

Soil Characteristics

The municipal is underlain by Birimian rocks, which consist of granites and phyllites. The area is basically low-lying with protruding granitic rocks in some areas. In the semideciduous forest zones, the soil type is mostly loamy soils which supports many plants and therefore suitable for arable farming.

These crops include Pineapple, cassava,

plantain, yam, maize, cola-nuts, citrus and pawpaw. 7

2.5.

Climate

The Municipal forms part of the south-west plains of Ghana which is one of the hottest parts of the country. Temperatures are high throughout the year and range between 23°C-28°C, A maximum of 33 c is attainable during the hot season. Rainfalls are heavy during the major season between March and September. The average rainfall is about 750mm. 2.6.

DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS

The population of the Municipality is currently estimated at 270,000 (projected from

2000 Population and Housing Census). The average annual growth rate of the Municipal is 3.0%. The ratio of male to female 1 to 1.06 and the population is basically youthful.

2.7.1. Household Characteristics: The average Household size of the municipal is 5 (2000 PHC) indicating an improvement over the 1984. This shows that there has been a significant reduction in the household size. Below is a tablexxx showing the Housing Characteristics

2.7.2. Housing Characteristics Description

X’tics

No. of Houses

37,000

No. of Households (HH)

26,325

Household Size

5

Head of Households (%)

62.3 (M)

37.7 (F)

Source: 2000 PHC 2.7.3 Religion Composition Type

Total

Male

Female

Christian

54.9%

26.2%

28.7%

Muslim

32.5%

17.6%

14.9%

Traditional

2.2%

1.9%

0.3%

No religion

8.1%

5.7%

2.4%

Other Religion

2.3%

1.2%

1.1%

(Source: 2000 PHC, Analysis of Dist. Data Implications for Planning) 8

2.8. MUNICIPAL ECONOMY

AgroProcessing 5%

AWUTU SENYA EAST LOCAL ECONOMY Services 21% Trading 60%

Farming 13%

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The main economic activities in the Municipal include Trading mainly wholesale/retail trade, agro-processing, informal sector service and commerce. Trading and its related activities are the leading economic ventures and employs about 60% of the working population in the Municipality.

2.9. Livestock production is also practiced in the Municipality but on a smaller scale. The private informal sector contribution is enormous. It employs about 21% of the working population in the banking and service sectors but needs to be integrated with the formal sector. Other economic activities include service (banking and internet) and agro processing (Cassava dough, Gari and Corn dough). 2.10.0. HEALTH 2.10.1. A. Health Facility Coverage of health services in the Municipal is generally very low as available facilities are woefully inadequate. The highest level of health delivery system in the municipal is the private Hospital. There are 15 Health Facilities located within the municipal. Below is the spatial distribution of facilities in the municipal. 2.10.2. Table xxx Distribution of Health Facilities S/

FACILITY

LOCATION

N

OWNERSHI

REMARKS

P

1

Kasoa Health Centre

Kasoa

Public

Functioning

2

Ofaakor CHPS Compound

Ofaakor

Public

Functioning

3

Opeikuma CHPS Compound

Opeikuma

Public

Functioning

4

Justab Hospital

Kasoa

Private

Functioning

5

St. Joes Hospital

Akweley

Private

Functioning

6

Central Kasoa Hospital

Kaemebre

Private

Functioning

7

St. Jude Medical Centre

New Town

Private

Functioning

8

Wesley Clinic

Opeikuma Junction Private

Functioning

10

9

Monta Clinic

Old Timers

Private

Functioning

10

Topp Care Clinic

Blue Top Estate

Private

Functioning

11

Bethel Clinic

CP

Private

Functioning

12

Connies Maternity Home

Great

Lamptey Private

Functioning

13

Mighty

maternity Area

Private

Functioning

14

Home

New

Market, Private

Functioning

15

Jehova Rapha H.C.F

Kasoa

Private

Functioning

Holy Family Maternity Home

Kasoa Second

Craig

Lawyer Source: Directorate of Health-Awutu Senya East Municipal, September 2012 In spite of the existence of the above facilities, people in the Municipal have serious problems with access to health services. This is due to the poor physical conditions of the roads in most parts of the Municipal. This phenomenon has accounted significantly for the limited health facilities in the Municipal. Serious cases from the health facilities are either referred to the Winneba Hospital in the Effutu Municipal or Korlebu Teaching Hospital (KTH) in Accra. The Municipal is making efforts to improve health care delivery in all its communities. The Ghana Health Service continued to implement strategies towards the achievement of MDGs especially goal 4 & 5 through child survival and safe motherhood programs.

2.10.3. B. Health Personnel (Human Resource Management) Management of Human Resource state of the Municipal is critical as it forms the basis for quality health care delivery. The Municipal over the years operated far below the minimum human resource requirement at all levels for all health facilities within the Municipal. An evolving threat to the Human resource base of the Municipal is the high attrition rate of community health nurses to other regions and further studies. This phenomenon has the tendency of affecting service delivery if clear defined guidelines are not followed before granting transfers to staff. Inventory (Kasoa Health Centre) 11

Below is the Health Personnel

Health Personnel Inventory (Kasoa Health Centre) S/N STAFF CATEGORY

NO. AT POST

NO. REQUIRED

GAP

1

Medical office r(s)

1

2

Technical

3

Control)

0

4

Technical Officer (Leprosy)

0

5

Technical Officer (Nutrition)

0

6

Public Health Nurse

28

7

Nurse

26

8

Community Nurses

14

9

Ward Assistants

0

1

1

10

Physician Assistant

0

2

2

11

Revenue Collectors

0

4

4

12

Midwives

0

3

3

13

Biostatistics

17

Others

89

Officer

(Disease 3

Total Source: Directorate of Health-Awutu Senya East Municipal, September 2012

HEALTH FACILITIES IN AWUTU-SENYA EAST -20122013 Series1 15

2 CHIPS COMPOUND

1 HEALTH CENTRES

1 POLYCLINIC

PRIVATE FACILITIES

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Mortality rate



0%

Nurse/Pop ratio

-

67/111,303

Doctor/pop ratio

-

1/111,303

HIV prevalence

-

0.46 per 1000 population (2012) 0.07 per 1000 population (jan 2013 till date)

2.10.4. C. HEALTH CENTRE ATTENDANCE Below is the health attendance at the Kasoa Health Centre

Health Attendance at Kasoa Health Centre 60,000

No. of Attendance

50,000

46,859

50,380

46,365

40,000 25,039

30,000 20,000 10,000 0 2009

2010

2011

2012 (Half Year)

Years

Source: Directorate of Health-Awutu Senya East Municipal, September 2012 From the graph above, it can be realize that in the year 2010 the OPD attendance at the Kasoa Health Centre was reduce by 1.07% and this further increased to 8.66% in 2011 which can be attributed to the high rise in malaria cases (290.15%), ARS (126.75%) Hypertension (503.14%) and others top ten diseases recorded at the Health Centre. In the year 2012 as June the attendance at the Health Care Centre drop by 101.21% The Nurse/Patient ratio at the Kasoa Health Centre in 2009 was 1:868 which was reduce to 1:859 in 2010. In the year 2011 it increased to 1:933 and this further drop 13

during the half year of 2012 to 1:464. Due to the high attendance at the Health Centre there is the need for more nurses should be transfer to the Kasoa Health Centre to assist health care delivery. Doctor/Patient ratio in the municipality is very poor due to the fact that there is only one (1) Medical Doctor at the Kasoa Health Centre taking care of all OPD attendants. In the year 2009, the Doctor/Patient ratio was 1:46859 and reduce in 2010 to 1:46365. In the year 2011 the Doctor/Patient ratio increase from 1:46365 to 1: 50380 and this further drop in 2012 as June to 1: 25039 2.10.5. D. TOP TEN DISEASES The top ten diseases in the Municipal including Malaria, ARS, Skin Diseases, Anaemia, Diarrhoea (dxs) and among others. Below is the diagram showing the graphical representative of the various top ten diseases in the Municipal.

40000

Top Ten Diseases

35000 2010

No. of Cases

30000 25000

2011

20000

2012 (half year)

15000 10000 5000 0

Diseases

Source: Directorate of Health-Awutu Senya East Municipal, September 2012 Malaria which recorded the highest cases in every year, recorded 8,900 in 2010, representing 26.6% of recorded cases, and increase to 34,723 representing 49% in 14

2011 and reducing to 6,481 representing 44.4% in 2012 (half year). The rise in the number of cases of malaria was due to the following factors:  Poor drainage system  Unkept surrounding  Low education on the causes of the diseases  Improper sewage disposal  Inadequate logistics and facilities  Inadequate health centers In order to reduce and eradicate these diseases in the Municipal, the following measures must be put in place;  Improvement in the drainage systems.  Organize public education on the treatment and prevention of these major diseases.  Improvement in logistics, facilities and staff in all health centers.

2.10.6. E. HIV and AIDS In the area of HIV and AIDS, the Municipal intensified education on the need for Voluntary Counseling and Testing for HIV and AIDS. The number of persons opting for volunteering testing improved significantly and consequently the number of new cases testing positive reduced marginally. Below is the table showing the number of HIV and AIDS cases record with a period of three years. SEX

2010

2011

2012

16

52

7

Male Female TOTAL

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3.0.

MAJOR

PROBLEMS

FACING

HEALTH

DELIVERY

WITHIN

THE

MUNICIPAL. 1. Inadequate logistics and facilities for service delivery at Kasoa Health Centre, because population is under estimated. 2. Inadequate and inappropriate facilities at Kasoa Health Centre. 3. No Municipal Hospital 4. Inappropriate CHPS compound at Ofaakor 5. Inadequate numbers and skills mix

4.0.

SOLUTIONS

TO

IMPROVED

HEALTH

CARE

DELIVERY

IN

THE

MUNICIPALITY. 1. Logistics should be distributed based on work load and not population 2. Support from NGOs and other stakeholders 3. Construction of Hospital and CHPS compound at Ofaakor 4. Municipal Assembly to sponsor students for training 5. Lobby more staff to be transferred to the Municipality

6.0.

STRATEGIC DIRECTION 2014-2016

6.1.

Education

The Assembly in the year 2014-2016 will focus on improving infrastructure for schools through the construction and rehabilitation of schools in the Municipality. Provision would be made for financial support and scholarships for brilliant but needy students at all levels.

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6.2.

Revenue Generation

Revenue generation efforts will be improved through a computerized data collection system and provision of incentives for revenue collectors to enhance their commitment and reduce leakages in revenue collection. Regular meetings would be held and targets set for collectors. Monitoring and supervision will also be strengthened. Investment in income generating projects such as the improvement of the lorry parks at Kasoa Market will be undertaken to improve the locally generated revenue of the Municipality. The Assembly would also employ graduate as commission collectors in charge of property rate since the educational level of the collectors could not allowed them to enter some premises because they cannot express well themselves in the English language.

6.3.

Waste Management

The Assembly will acquire and develop final waste disposal site for both liquid and solid waste and strengthen refuse collections in the Municipality. Public education on sanitation will be intensified to help keep the Municipality clean. The Municipal will acquire vehicles and refuse bins for the disposal of waste. The Environmental Health Unit of the Assembly would be powered to deal with recalcitrant by sending them to court in order to minimize the poor sanitation situation in the Municipality.

6.4.

Public Education

The Assembly would organize quarterly zonal council meeting to educate the constituent on the Assembly’s government policies as much as Assembly’s by laws and other issues bordering the development of the Municipality. With the services of Information Service Department and National Commission on Civic Education, communities also would be made aware of government and Assembly’s policies and programme.

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6.5.

Health

The concepts of the CHPS compound will be enhanced by constructing 3 CHPS compounds and rehabilitate the Mother and Child Health Care Center at Kasoa New Market and convert it to health center facilities in communities on preventive health. Sensitization programmes on HIV/AIDS will be intensified and support given to PLWDs..

6.6.

Agriculture

Efforts will be made to improve agriculture productivity and aqua-culture by training 15 fish farmers on how to manage disease problems in fish problems in fish production and improving extension services.

6.7.

Gender and Disability

The disabled through their share of the Common Fund will be offered employable skills and supported with necessary logistics to make them economically productive. Capacity building programmes for women to enable them take active part in the decision making process will be organized.

6.8.

Human Settlement Development

The Municipal Town and Country Planning Department and the Works Department would be strengthen to en ensure that planning schemes or layout for development of the Municipality are adhered to promote orderly development of human settlement.

6.9.

Capacity building

In-house and external capacity programmes have been planned for staff, decentralized departments, Assembly members and key stakeholders to improve performance and enhance service delivery. 18

7.0 REVENUE PERFORMANCE FOR THE AUG. – DEC. 2012 AND JANUARY – JUNE 2013

Revenue

2012 Aug.

Items

Budget

Actual as at 31st

Variance

2013 Budget

Dec,2012

GH₵

GH₵

GH₵

IGF

383,640.00

344,013.90

DACF

1,658,940.66

623,669.75

231,750.00

144,973.24

2,274,330.66

1,112,656.89

Transfers Total

GH₵ (178,404.80)

75.37

1,315,464.53

141,123.10

(1,174,341.43)

10.73

401,831.00

426,140.00

24,309.00

106.05

496,345.47

-

(496,345.47)

0.00

2,937,948.50

1,113,165.80

(1,824,782.70)

37.89

(1,035,270.91)

(86,776.76) (1,161,673.77)

GH₵

Variance

545,902.70

-

GOG

June,2013

724,307.50

(39,626.10)

DDF

Actual as at

7.1 EXPENDITURE PERFORMANCE EXPENDITURE ITEMS

2012Aug.

Actual as at st

Budget

31 Dec ,2012

GH₵

GH₵

Variance

2013 Budget

GH₵

GH₵

Actual as at June 2013 GH₵

Variance GH₵

%

IGF Compensations Goods & Services Assets Sub-Total

77,400.00

54,875.38

22,524.62

150,500.00

128,987.84

(21,512.16)

329,848.00

286,484.12

(43,363.88)

401,665.25

230,969.29

(170,695.96)

76,392.00

83,741.56

7,349.56

172,142.25

153,979.53

(18,162.72)

89.45

383,640.00

425,101.06

(13,489.70)

724,307.50

513,936.66

(210,370.84)

70.96

258,000.00

-

(258,000.00)

545,000.00

-

(545,000.00)

-

150,000.00

-

(150,000.00)

182,642.00

85.71 57.50

GOG Transfers Compensation GOG Transfers- Dec. Dept Sub-Total

(165,805.00) -

408,000.00

-

(408,000.00)

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727,642.00

(710,805.00)

-

DACF Goods and Services Assets Sub-Total

554,342.53

376,156.43

(178,186.10)

652,949.40

(552,490.19)

437,074.02

199,281.92

(237,792.10)

435,299.60

78,000.00

(357,299.60)

17.92

1,091,416.55

575,438.35

(515,978.20)

1,088,249.00

178,459.21

(909,789.79)

16.40

42,750.00

-

(42,750.00)

42,750.00

(42,750.00)

250,000.00

-

(250,000.00)

235,000.00

(235,000.00)

-

292,750.00

-

(292,750.00)

277,750.00

(277,750.00)

-

98,524.11

4,640.80

(93,883.31)

120,000.00

21,450.00

(98,550.00)

17.88

2,274,330.66

1,005,180.21

(1,324,101.21)

2,937,948.50

713,845.87

(2,207,265.63)

24.44

100,459.21

15.39

DDF Goods and Services Assets Sub-Total Others Grand Total

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STATUS OF 2012 BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION

Financial Performance Central administration Performance for the period 1st August to31Dec 2012

EXPENDITURE ITEMS

2012 Aug. Budget

Actual as at 31st

Variance

GH₵

Dec ,2012

GH₵

%

GH₵ Compensation

77,400.00

54,875.38

22,524.62

70.90

1,600,928.16

575,438

1,025,490.16

35.94

Assets

58,012.50

49,614.04

53,371.70

85.52

Total

1,736,340.66

679,927.42

1,056,337.24

39.16

Goods and Services

The Assembly was stated operation August, 2012 as a result the other department of the Assembly was not in operation. Therefore, the performance for 2012 is that of Central Administration only. The Assembly was able to minimize the cost of compensation but in terms of service delivery, the Assembly could not meet it budget since there were inadequate funds to cater for goods and services and assets for its constituent. 20

6.10 PERFORMANCE BY DECENTRALIZED DEPARTMENTS STATUS OF 2013 BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION-DECENTRALIZED DEPARTMENT Financial Performance Department of Social Welfare and Community Development Performance as at 30th June 2013

EXPENDITURE ITEMS

2013 Budget

GH₵ 40,724.00

Goods and Services

14,960.00

Total

June 30th 2013 GH₵

Compensation

Assets

Actual as at

%

GH₵ 2,000.00

-

-

55,684.00

Variance

2,000.00

40,724.00

0

12,960.00

13.37

53,684.00

0.00 3.59

Works Department Compensation Goods and Services

63,033.00

-

8,000.00

Assets

10,000.00

Total

81,033.00

5,000.00 5,000.00

63,033.00

0.00

3,000.00

62.50

10,000.00

0.00

76,033.00

6.17

Urban Roads Compensation Goods and Services

35,000.00

-

35,000.00

0.00

5,000.00

-

5,000.00

0.00

Assets

15,000.00

141,500.00

126,500.00

943.33

Total

55,000.00

141,500.00

86,500.00

257.27

Health Compensation

-

-

21

-

0%

Goods and Services

-

Assets

30,000.00

Total

30,000.00

-

25,000.00 25,000.00

-

0%

5,000.00

83.33

5,000.00

83.33

146,520.00

0.00

14,682.00

50.54

Department of Agriculture Compensation Goods and Services Assets Total

146,520.00

-

29,682.00

15,000.00

-

-

176,202.00

15,000.00

-

0.00

161,202.00

8.51

41,770.00

0.00

Physical Planning Compensation Goods and Services Assets Total

41,770.00

-

5,000.00

20,000.00

-

-

46,770.00

20,000.00

15,000.00

400.00

-

0.00

26,770.00

42.76

Education Compensation

-

-

-

0.00

Goods and Services

-

-

-

0.00

2,107.00

96.76

2,107.00

96.76

Assets

65,000.00

Total

65,000.00

Grand Total

62,893.00 62,893.00

509,689.00

22

271,393.00

238,296.00

53.25

For the period under review, the decentralized departments have not received their releases; therefore the Central Administration supported them with their limited resources. Compensation of employees was nil because the Assembly is relatively new as a result, the Assembly does not have management unit code therefore staff transferred to the Assembly still have their names on their old district payment vouchers. Education and Health according LI 1961 are not yet department of the Assembly; therefore they submit their budget to their mother ministry. The budgeted and actuals in the table was the support the Central Administration gave in terms of infrastructure and other programmes carried out in the Municipality for the period under review.

7.0.

KEY ACHIEVEMENT FROM JANUARY TO JUNE, 2013

ACTIVITY

Key Achievement

SOCIAL SECTOR

Output

Outcome

Remarks

Education Complete 1No. 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities for Odukponpkehe Pri. Sch, Kasoa Construction of Early Child-hood Development Centre with ancillary facilities

1No. 12-unit classroom block with

congestion in the

completion

Dec. 2013

class

.

Enhance early Early Child-hood development

childhood

centre constructed by Dec. 2013

development in the Municipality

Odukpongkphe School fenced by

School (Phase 1)

April 2013

office, store with equipment at Christian Hill

80%

ancillary facilities completed by

Fencing of Odukpongkpehe

Construction of ICT center,

To ease

Project is still ongoing.

Treat to school children have

Completed

been minimize.

ICT centre constructed by Dec. 2013

Enhance ICT in schools

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Works is still ongoing

Health Complete Construction of Male

Male ward constructed by Feb.

Ward at Kasoa Health Centre.

2014

Conduct awareness campaigns

HIV& AIDS awareness campaign

on HIV & AIDS

conducted by Dec. 2013

Set up a sub-office of NHIS in

NHIS sub-office set up by March,

Kasoa

2013

Improvement in the health care

On-going

delivery People knowledge about HIV&AIDS

On-going

Increased Enhance NHIS service delivery

completed

Water and Sanitation Extend of pipe borne water to Opeikuma

Procure 10No. Skip Containers.

Supply sanitary tools to the Environmental and Sanitation Health Unit Complete Construction of 15No. Agbelema Platforms at Kasoa New Market. Construct Modern Abattoir with cold store facility at Kasoa new market

Pipe borne water extended by Dec. 2013

10No. Skip Containers procured by Dec. 2013

Sanitary tools supplied by Nov. 2013

Refuse collection at source

On-going

Inadequate sanitary tools

On-going

removed

Agbelema platform completed by May, 2013

Improve sanitation in the

completed

market

Modern Abattoir with cold store

On-going

facility Constructed by Nov. 2013

kasoa,CP and Kpormertey.

2013

New Market

On-going

improved

6No. Culverts constructed by Dec.

electricity supply at the Kasoa

system in the Opeikuma

Construction of 6No. culverts at

Extension of Low Voltage

Improve water

Reduce drainage confronting the

on-going

assembly

Low Voltage electricity supply extended by Dec. 2013

Electricity in the Kasoa New Market

On-going

improved

B. AGRICUTURE SECTOR Promote the use of improved planting materials

Improved plating materials promoted by Dec. 2013

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enhance reforestation

Project is on-going

Conduct animal health extension and livestock disease surveillance on annual basis

Animal health extension and livestock disease surveillance conducted on by May 2013 and

Reduce Diseases in animals

Project is on-going

November

Economic Sector Level, gravel and compact parts of the new market and Zongo market

reshaping of roads in the municipality

Level, gravel and compact parts of the new market and Zongo market completed by August, 2013

Maintain the market for economic activities

80 % of the roads in the

improvement in

municipality reshaped by

the road network

December, 2013

in the municipality

79 % completed

65% completed

ADMINISRATION Enhance Construct 1 No. Office facilities

1No. Sub-district office

grassroots

for sub-district structures

constructed by Nov. 2013

Participation in

On-going

decision making

Demarcation of Assembly Land

Assistance to community initiated project

Assembly Land demarcated by April 2013

land to prevent

Community initiated project assisted by December, 2013

Provide 2 no. computers and

provided to revenue and

accessories

procurement offices by March, 2013 Quarterly revenue mobilization

Improvement in community

Facilitate effective and efficient

IGF collection improved

Establish Departments of the

Departments established by Feb.

To enhance

Assembly

2013

service delivery

Decentralized departments

Departments rented by June, 2013

On-going

completed

To ease office accommodation for decentralized departments.

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completed

service delivery

campaign organized by Dec. 2013

offices for Decentralized

On-going

initiatives

mobilization campaigns

Rent offices for the

On-going

encroachment

2No. Computers and accessories

Organize quarter revenue

Secure assembly

completed

8.0

KEY CHALLENGES AND CONSTRAINTS IN 2013

The following are some of the challenges which underpinned effective implementation of the 2013 budget: 1. Delay in release of funds ( e.g. DACF, no releases for decentralized departments) 2. Inadequate revenue data 3. Unwillingness of rate payers to pay their rates 4. Inadequate staff accommodation 5. Boundary Disputes with the sister Assemblies 8.0

BROAD POLICY OBJECTIVES

 OBJECTIVES :- Increase equitable access to and participation in education at all levels 

Organise guidance and Counseling in schools



Organise workshop for Head Teachers of Public basic schools



Organise Annual Inset Progress Report (AIPR) Workshop

 OBJECTIVE :-Bridge the equity gaps in access Bridge the equity gaps in access to health care and nutrition services and ensure sustainable. 

Provide support for Municipal Response Initiative (DRI) on HIV& AIDS) transmission



Improve access to counseling and condoms and integrated



support Malaria control through distribution of ITN

 OBJECTIVE :-Develop targeted social interventions for vulnerable and marginalized groups 

Implement the Social Inclusion Transfer Scheme in Kasoa 26



Collect Data on socio-economic variables in deprived communities



Include disability friendly facilities on every new structure to be constructed

 OBJECTIVE :-Ensure and enforce the implementation of the dictates of land use plans. 

Prepare planning schemes for 2 Communities



Revise two sector layouts and prepare outline map for Kasoa township



Develop a new Medium Term development Plan



Develop M& E Plan for 2012



Prepare and submit supplementary budget



Procure Stationery for office use



Funds for T&T and consumables



Funds for T&T and consumables



Procure 3 No. Pick-ups

 Ensure efficient internal revenue generation and transparency in local resource management. 

Organize quarter revenue



mobilization campaigns



Provide 2 no. computers and accessories for Revenue office.

 Capacity Building for Environmental Health Staff and the General Public and institutions 

Organise Salt iodization programme.



Organise school health inspection and debate on sanitation management



Organise food venders screening



Construction of culverts at Krispol city Jn.



Construction of culverts at Freetown Kasoa



Construction of culverts and filling of approaches at Kasoa Zongo



Construct culverts and drains at Construct culverts and drains 27

 Integrate climate change adaptation structures such as open spaces in urban settlements and create impoundments along non- perennial streams/ river channels.

 Educate general public on mitigation and adaptation measures in relation to the effect of climate change. 

Tree planting along major roads



Sensitization of Fire outbreaks and it effects in major markets

 Minimize the impact of and develop adequate response strategies to disasters  

Conduct public education on planning laws and new system Review of Procurement Plan

 Improve agricultural productivity and Promote selected crop development for food security, export and industry 

AEAs embark upon farm and Home visits to determinate improve technologies



Conduct relevant trainings for all AEAs in post-harvest handling.

 Promote livestock and poultry development for food security and income 

Conduct animal health extension and livestock disease surveillance on annual basis

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8.0.

PRIORITY PROJECTS AND PROGRAMES FOR 20142016

2016

Programs and Projects( by

DACF

IGF

GOG

DDF

GHS

GHS

GHS

GHS

sectors)

Reshaping of roads in the Municipality Extend electricity to 3 communities

Other Donor GHS

Total Budget

GHS

20145Indicative

indicative

Budget all

budget all

sources

sources

GHS

GHS

300,000.00

300,000.00

306,000.00

321,300.00

50,000.00

50,000.00

51,000.00

53,550.00

70,000.00

70,000.00

71,400.00

74,970.00

250,000.00

250,000.00

255,000.00

267,750.00

140,000.00

140,000.00

142,800.00

149,940.00

434,200.00

122,400.00

128,520.00

26,560.96

27,092.18

28,446.79

Tent City (Police post) in 8 communities Construction of 6Unit classroom Provision of Health facilities Extension of Water to 3 communities

120,000.00

314,200.00

Const. of 2No. Zonal Council

26,560.96

Offices Renovation of Kasoa new Mkt

75,000.00

129,305.14

78,750.00

82,687.50

54,305.14

CHIPS Compound Construction of 6unit classroom

88,201.50

88,201.50

92,611.58

97,242.15

88,201.50

88,201.50

92,611.58

97,242.15

182,458.39

182,458.39

191,581.31

201,160.37

25,600.00

25,600.00

26,880.00

28,224.00

block at Iron city Construction of 6unit classroom block at Opeikuma Pothole patched 7 days after the pothole appeared. Replace 32 defective and missing metal grating along the Bawjiase road

29

Choked drains / Culverts desilted.

80,963.93

240,963.93

85,012.13

89,262.73

42,107.78

42,107.78

44,213.17

46,423.83

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,400.00

21,420.00

45,000.00

45,000.00

45,900.00

48,195.00

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,400.00

21,420.00

104,762.16

104,762.16

106,857.40

112,200.27

52,381.08

52,381.08

53,428.70

56,100.14

192,063.96

192,063.96

195,905.24

205,700.50

116,402.40

118,730.45

124,666.97

46,560.96

46,560.96

47,492.18

49,866.79

13,280.48

13,280.48

13,546.09

14,223.39

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,200.00

10,710.00

39,021.96

39,021.96

39,802.40

41,792.52

50,000.00

50,000.00

51,000.00

53,550.00

6,000.00

6,000.00

6,120.00

6,426.00

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,400.00

21,420.00

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,300.00

16,065.00

110,000.00

110,000.00

112,200.00

117,810.00

160,000.00

3 Number 0.9m Culverts construction Rehabilitate streetlight in the Municipality Maintenance of Market Renting of Zonal Council offices Const. of Office Accommodation Rent for office accommodation Const. of MCE Bungalow Support for Community

116,402.40

-

Initiated Proj. (5%) Sponsorship/ Scholarships (2%) Support Malaria Control Prog. (ITN use) Support district response initiative (DRI on HIV and Aids) Supply of office equipment and logistics Operation and Maintenance. Review of the DESAP / WATSAN Preparation of Annual Budgets & MTDP Preparation of 2015 Composite Budget Procurement of 3

30

pickups Devt. of HR Plan &Support capacity building program at

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,200.00

10,710.00

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,400.00

21,420.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,200.00

10,710.00

25,000.00

25,000.00

25,500.00

26,775.00

8,000.00

8,000.00

8,160.00

8,568.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,200.00

10,710.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,100.00

5,355.00

137,587.64

137,587.64

140,339.39

147,356.36

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,200.00

10,710.00

the Assembly level Supply of office furniture Provide support for Monitoring and Evaluation. Provide Counterpart fund for Projects Purchase, Installation of Software & Internet. Rent of residential accommodation Data Collection Contingency Farmers day Celebration Fumigation Maintenance of Lorry Parks Acquisition of Assembly lands Support sports and culture in schools. Support sports in the Municipality Disaster Management

148,000.00

148,000.00

148,000.00

148,000.00

38,448.36

38,448.36

39,217.33

41,178.19

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,200.00

10,710.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,200.00

10,710.00

6,000.00

6,000.00

6,120.00

6,426.00

60,000.00

60,000.00

61,200.00

64,260.00

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,400.00

21,420.00

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,400.00

21,420.00

110,978.04

110,978.04

113,197.60

118,857.48

Support for chieftaincy and Culture. Street Naming and Property Addressing System Support waste management and Sanitation improvement in the

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Municipality. People With

31,408.00

32,978.40

34,627.32

228,784.00

228,784.00

228,784.00

228,784.00

1,403,359.86

1,683,601.85

1,893,894.93

2,058,743.88

6,800.00

6,800.00

7,004.00

7,214.12

69,000.00

69,000.00

71,070.00

73,202.10

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,600.00

21,218.00

9,500.00

9,500.00

9,785.00

10,078.55

3,000.00

3,000.00

3,090.00

3,182.70

12,300.00

12,300.00

12,669.00

13,049.07

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,450.00

15,913.50

35,000.00

35,000.00

36,050.00

37,131.50

Water Charges

4,000.00

4,000.00

4,120.00

4,243.60

Postal Charges

500

500

515

530.45

3,000.00

3,000.00

3,090.00

3,182.70

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,450.00

15,913.50

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,600.00

21,218.00

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,450.00

15,913.50

6,000.00

6,000.00

6,180.00

6,365.40

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,060.00

2,121.80

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,450.00

15,913.50

19,500.00

19,500.00

20,085.00

20,687.55

750

750

772.5

795.68

Bank Charges

3,500.00

3,500.00

3,605.00

3,713.15

Entertainment

6,000.00

6,000.00

6,180.00

6,365.40

Protocol

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,150.00

5,304.50

Rations

6,000.00

6,000.00

6,180.00

6,365.40

8,000.00

8,000.00

8,240.00

8,487.20

500

500

515

530.45

Disability

31,408.00

Ghana School Feeding Prog. Compensation Travelling & Transport Runn. Cost of Off. Veh. M'tce of official vehicle Electricity Charges Other Travelling & Transport T &T & for Ass. Meeting) Local Travel Runn. Cost of San. Veh.

Telephone Charges Office Facilities, suppliers etc Office Stationery Printing & Publication Accommodation & Rentals office Equipment & Rentals other Rentals Training & Workshop Library/Periodicals

Assembly's Staff Welfare Contribution to

280,241.99

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NALAG Disaster Relief

6,500.00

6,500.00

6,695.00

6,895.85

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,450.00

15,913.50

Revenue Campaign

7,000.00

7,000.00

7,210.00

7,426.30

Culture Programme

1,500.00

1,500.00

1,545.00

1,591.35

8,000.00

8,000.00

8,240.00

8,487.20

1,500.00

1,500.00

1,545.00

1,591.35

Assembly Meetings

15,000.00

15,000.00

28,840.00

29,705.20

Value Books

12,000.00

12,000.00

12,360.00

12,730.80

Day Care Centres

1,125.00

1,125.00

1,158.75

1,193.51

3,000.00

3,000.00

3,090.00

3,182.70

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

Data Collection

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

Leg. & Prof. Exp.

20,000.00

20,000.00

20,600.00

21,218.00

Other Charges

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,150.00

5,304.50

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,450.00

15,913.50

1,400.00

1,400.00

1,442.00

1,485.26

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,150.00

5,304.50

Donation

12,000.00

12,000.00

12,360.00

12,730.80

Official Celebration

7,000.00

7,000.00

7,210.00

7,426.30

17,000.00

17,000.00

17,510.00

18,035.30

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,150.00

5,304.50

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,150.00

5,304.50

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,150.00

5,304.50

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

Office Equipment

7,500.00

7,500.00

7,725.00

7,956.75

Security/Others

5,500.00

5,500.00

5,665.00

5,834.95

Sanitation Activities

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

Public Education/Literacy

Traditional Authority Refund of Medical Fee

Protective Uniform & Clothing Publication & Adverts

Upkeep of Residency Sponsorship Promotion of Sports ICT Training for Staff

Operational Enhancement Taskforce Operation Farmers Day Health Prog./Immunisation Valuation of Properties

Preparation of2015 Composite Budget

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Stakeholders

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,450.00

15,913.50

20,000.00

20,000.00

15,450.00

15,913.50

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

3,500.00

3,500.00

3,605.00

3,713.15

61,041.51

61,041.51

62,872.76

64,758.94

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,300.00

10,609.00

Acquisition of Land

8,000.00

8,000.00

8,240.00

8,487.20

Sanitation tool

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,150.00

5,304.50

Water

2,500.00

2,500.00

2,575.00

2,652.25

Electricity

7,500.00

7,500.00

7,725.00

7,956.75

20,836.50

20,836.50

21,461.60

22,105.44

6,000.00

6,000.00

6,180.00

6,365.40

90,000.00

90,000.00

92,700.00

95,481.00

3,000.00

3,000.00

3,090.00

3,182.70

50,500.00

50,500.00

67,465.00

69,488.95

40,500.00

40,500.00

46,350.00

47,740.50

8,050.00

8,050.00

8,452.50

8,875.13

3,200.00

3,200.00

3,360.00

3,528.00

2,117.00

2,117.00

2,222.85

2,333.99

Meetings Feeding & Accommodation of Officials Sub-Committee Meetings M'tce of Office Equipment M'tce of Office Furniture/Fittings M'tcen of Assembly Buildings/ Properties M'tce of Markets/Lorry Parks M'tce of Street Lights

M'te of Dumping Site Furniture reshaping of Roads in the Municipality Slaughter Slabs Support Community Initiated Projects Sanitary Sites training of staff on Project mgt. training of HODs on preparation of action plan training for Budget, planning, finance, engineer of financial management

34

training of Assembly Members

8,200.00

8,200.00

8,610.00

9,040.50

4,000.00

4,000.00

4,200.00

4,410.00

7,000.00

7,000.00

7,350.00

7,717.50

5,903.00

5,903.00

6,198.15

6,508.06

1,200.00

1,200.00

1,260.00

1,323.00

600

600

630

661.5

2,000.00

2,000.00

2,100.00

2,205.00

3,000.00

3,000.00

3,150.00

3,307.50

4,214.90

4,214.90

4,425.65

4,646.93

4,000.00

4,000.00

4,200.00

4,410.00

6,300.00

6,300.00

6,615.00

6,945.75

2,342.00

2,342.00

2,459.10

2,582.06

3,975.00

3,975.00

4,173.75

4,382.44

and Unit committee Members training on relevant laws Procure 7 Desktop computers Procure 4 laptops and accessories procure 2Degital cameras procure 10 pen drives and 4 external hard drive procure 5 executive swivel chairs for snr officers Training 10 contractors trained by 2014 Maintenance of official vehicles Fuel for supervision Provision of three (3 ) computers and accessories for official use Develop human resource capacity to provide adequate resources and incentives for human resources capacity development Promote alternative livelihood programmes to develop skills among people within the municipality.

35

Ensure reduction in HIV/AIDS casea Strengthen M&E Capacity

570

570

598.5

628.43

300

300

315

330.75

580

580

609

639.45

500

500

525

551.25

400

400

420

441

1,500.00

1,500.00

1,575.00

1,653.75

2,308.00

2,308.00

2,423.40

2,544.57

362

362

380.1

399.11

300

300

315

330.75

500

500

525

551.25

Enhance public dissemination of M&E information i) train 7 AEAs 7 DAOS and resource extension staffs in post-harvest handling technologies September, 2014 ii) Train 50 producers, processors and marketers in postharvest handling by October, 2014 Intensify 10 field demonstration / field days to enhance adoption of improved technologies on maize demonstration by September, 2014 Office facilities for MOFA Facilitate the establishment of 10 Ha maize and vegetable block farm in four 4 communities by June 2014 Introduce improved livestock breeds to 20 farmers by December,2014 Train 100 farmers on live stocks

36

disease management by June 2014 Conduct active disease surveillance both domestic and wild animal and

1,161.00

1,161.00

1,219.05

1,280.00

200

200

210

220.5

300

300

315

330.75

300

300

315

330.75

600

600

630

661.5

300

300

315

330.75

birds in 20 communities by Dec. 2014 Organize municipal wide vaccination campaign for prohplactic treatment of livestock disease, for 20,000 livestock and poultry by December 2014 Equip and provide logistics Train 15 fish farmers on how to manage disease problems in fish problems in fish production by July 2014 Organize Soya and legume utilization demonstration in 5 schools benefiting from school feeding programme by December,2014 promote the consumption of micro nutrient rich foods(balance diet) by children and women of reproductive age in 10 communities by october,2014

37

Conduct Food handling and safety training for 30

300

300

315

330.75

600

600

630

661.5

2,100.00

2,100.00

2,205.00

2,315.25

293

307.65

323.03

13,558.00

14,235.90

14,947.70

5,200.00

5,460.00

5,733.00

1,400.00

3,400.00

3,570.00

3,748.50

960

960

1,008.00

1,058.40

3,419.00

4,019.00

4,219.95

4,430.95

2,700.00

2,835.00

2,976.75

agro processors by December ,2014 Organize Audiovisual on good agricultural practices in 5 communities by April,2014 Train 14 extension staff on irrigation water technologies and skills to enable them undertake irrigation extension Conduct annual yield studies, monitoring and

293

evaluation by December, 2014 Organize quarterly review meetings with stakeholders

12,600.00

958

by December Organize National Farmer day celebration at

5,200.00

Municipal level by 2014 7 DAOs,7 AEAs embark on farm and home visits to disseminate proven

2,000.00

technologies by December 2014 Field work super vision planning and coordination by DDAby December Maintenance of official vehicles Data collection on

600 2,700.00

38

socio economic variables in five (5) deprived communities Organise sensitization on care and protection

1,300.00

1,300.00

1,365.00

1,433.25

1,439.00

1,439.00

1,510.95

1,586.50

800

800

840

882

200

200

210

220.5

of children in three (3) Provision of administration, planning, and coordination Undertaking monitoring visits to 20 Day Care Centre's Supervision of five (5) juveniles on probation Grand Total

2,573,761.14

1,194,995.00

2,163,687.86

293,673.00

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332,668.00

6,558,785.00

6,379,256.17

6,730,123.55

9.0

BREAKDOWN OF CEILINGS TO EXPENDITURE ITEMS & DEPARTMENTS (COMPENSATION, GOODS & SERVICES AND ASSETS) Goods and

Department

Services

Assets

Compensation

Total

Funding GOG(Compensation, goods and services

DDF

and assets) Central

1,692,325.25

Administration

1,462,894.42

Finance

570,184.64

3,725,404.31

3,314,629.17

95,303.22

95,303.22

95,303.22

Agriculture

39,161.00

163,414.74

202,575.74

184,107.74

Physical Planning

20,000.00

62,808.53

82,808.53

82,808.53

14,206.00

215,683.66

229,889.66

229,889.66

306,560.96

130,157.96

473,170.92

473,170.92

283,902.84

283,902.84

491,437.68

491,437.68

42,270.00

Other Donors

314,200.00

18,468.00

Social Welfare &Community Development Education

306,560.96

Works

349,207.20

Disaster Prevention Urban Roads

60,000.00 17,514.90

223,902.84 348,645.00

142,792.68 47,972.98

47,972.98

47,972.98

123,280.48

235,000.00

261,477.68

619,758.16

384,758.16

1,948,972.73

2,702,307.58

1,907,504.69

Budget & Rating Health Total

123,963.72

6,558,785.00

5,718,138.86

176,403.00

75,000.00 293,673.00

ASSUMPTIONS UNDERLINING THE BUDGET FORMULATION The underlining assumption for the formulation is listed below: 1. All things being equal, there would be timely release of funds for effective implementation of the programmes and projects for the period 2. The assembly employ graduates as commission collectors in charge of property rates to improve the Assembly’s revenue collection 3. All things being equal, inflation rate will increase by 5% 4. There will not be any major disaster which will affect 5% of the total budget for the period 5. The fourth quarter of the DACF will not be release 6. There will be donor support for some projects. 40

332,668.00

7. The Assembly will put all measures in place to qualify for the Urban Development Grants (UDG) and District Development Facility (DDF) to enhance effective service delivery.

UTILIZATION OF DACF For the period under view, the Assembly has not received the 2013 DACF allocation from the Common Fund Administrator. The utilization below was for the 4th Quarter of 2012 which was released in May, 2013. UTILIZATION OF DACF -2013 Department

Health

Administration Goods &

55,250.00

Services Assets Total

25,000.00

Agriculture

Education

Others

5,000.00

25,000.00

7,624.21

70,500.00 125,750.00

Total

117,874.21

70,500.00 25,000.00

5,000.00

25,000.00

7,624.21

188,374.21

10.0 TEMPLATE FOR OUTSTANDING No.

Project Title

Location / Beneficiary

Contract

Status of

payment

outstanding

Sum

Completion

to date

Bills

(¢)

const. of 1

0.9m diameter

Krispol city

68,838

100%

65,115.53

3,722.89

CP

122,998

100%

119,652.09

3,345.96

single cell 2

const. of 2.0m x 1.5m

41

Remarks

double cell box culvert Const. of 1.5m x 1.5m 3

reinforced concrete

Kasoa Urban Council

80,000.00

100%

52,573.28

27,426.72

132,827.68

100%

66,937.98

65,889.70

425,750.00

100%

125,700.00

300,050.00

429,978.88

400,435.27

storm drain const. of 1no. Concrete 4

culvert &

Kasoa Urban

reinf.

Council

Concrete storm drain Supply of 5

office

Cental

equipment &

Admin.

Logistics Total

830,414.00

11.0 SCHEDULE FOR PAYMENT/ COMMITMENTS

No.

Project Title

Location / Beneficiary

Contract

Status of

payment

Outstanding

Sum

Completion

to date

Bills

(¢)

const. of 1

0.9m diameter

Krispol city

68,838

100%

122,998

100%

65,115.53

3,722.89

single cell const. of 2.0m x 2

1.5m double cell

CP

119,652.09

box culvert

42

3,345.96

2014

2015

2016

Const. of 1.5m x 1.5m 3

reinforced concrete

Kasoa Urban Council

80,000.00

100%

52,573.28

27,426.72

storm drain const. of 1no. Concrete 4

culvert &

Kasoa Urban

reinf.

Council

132,827.68

100%

425,750.00

100%

66,937.98

65,889.70

Concrete storm drain Supply of 5

office

Central

equipment

Admin.

125,700.00

300,050.00

& Logistics Total

250,000.00 830,414

429,978.88

400,435.27

250,000.00

12.0 STRATEGIES FOR REVENUE IMPROVEMENT FOR 2014 FISCAL YEAR The Assembly intends to improve its’ Internally Generated Fund (IGF) by 15% in 2014, therefore, the following strategies have been outline to achieve the target: The Assembly will employ graduates as commission collectors in charge of property rates to improve the Assembly’s revenue collection since most of our current revenue collectors could not go or enter most premises due their inability to communicate in the English language. Set revenue target for revenue collectors Provision of a revenue chart board to put revenue collectors on their toes 43

Massive campaigns on the benefit of paying rates and its consequences to the development of the Municipality Collection and documentation of all ratable items in the Municipality Carry out effective monitoring and supervision of revenue collections Train revenue collectors on strategies of revenue collection Meet stakeholders on how to improve or enhance revenue collections in the Municipality Intensify night collections Strengthen Sub-structures for effective revenue collection Institute rewards systems for the best revenue collector both commission and permanent Settling of boundary disputes with other Assemblies Rotate the revenue collectors by July, 2014 Punish non-performing revenue collectors Formation of revenue taskforce Provide adequate logistics for effective revenue collection e.g summons book, vehicle etc. Writing of proposals for support to organizations both within and outside

44

Central

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa Estimated Financing Surplus / Deficit - (All In-Flows) In GH¢

By Strategic Objective Summary In-Flows

Objective

Expenditure

0000 Compensation of Employees

0

1,840,042

0102 2. Improve public expenditure management

0

25,000

0201 6. Expand opportunities for job creation

0

20,000

0301 2. Increase agricultural competitiveness and enhance integration into

0

4,708

0301

4. Promote selected crop development for food security, export and industry

0

3,413

0301

5. Promote livestock and poultry development for food security and income

0

5,431

0301

6. Promote fisheries development for food security and income

0

300

0301

7. Improve institutional coordination for agriculture development

0

15,779

0308 1. Manage waste, reduce pollution and noise

0

160,978

0501 2. Create and sustain an efficient transport system that meets user needs

0

420,508

0505 1. Provide adequate and reliable power to meet the needs of Ghanaians and

0

70,000

0506 2. Restore spatial/land use planning system in Ghana

0

0

0506 5. Promote well structured and integrated urban development

0

2,400

0506

8. Promote resilient urban infrastructure development, maintenance and provision of basic services

0

304,491

0506

9. Promote and facilitate private sector participation in disaster management (e.g. flood control systems and coastal protection)

0

0

0506

10. Create an enabling environment that will ensure the development of the potential of rural areas

5,364,289

463,137

0508

1. Minimize the impact of and develop adequate response strategies to disasters.

0

66,500

0511 3. Accelerate the provision and improve environmental sanitation

0

79,337

0601 1. Increase equitable access to and participation in education at all levels

0

443,528

0602 1. Develop and retain human resource capacity at national, regional and

0

24,338

0603 1. Bridge the equity gaps in access to health care and nutrition services and

0

36,401

0603 2. Improve governance and strengthen efficiency and effectiveness in health

0

236,280

domestic and international markets

for export

district levels

ensure sustainable financing arrangements that protect the poor

service delivery

BAETS SOFTWARE

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Surplus / Deficit

Page 45

%

Estimated Financing Surplus / Deficit - (All In-Flows) In GH¢

By Strategic Objective Summary In-Flows

Objective

Expenditure

0604 1. Ensure the reduction of new HIV and AIDS/STIs/TB transmission

0

10,570

0608 1. Progressively expand social protection interventions to cover the poor

0

5,644

0702 1. Ensure effective implementation of the Local Government Service Act

0

0

0702 3. Integrate and institutionalize district level planning and budgeting through

0

1,031,901

1,194,495

268,000

participatory process at all levels

0702 6. Ensure efficient internal revenue generation and transparency in local resource management

0704

2. Upgrade the capacity of the public and civil service for transparent, accountable, efficient, timely, effective performance and service delivery

0

1,007,219

0704

4. Deepen on-going institutionalization and internalization of policy formulation, planning, and M&E system at all levels

0

12,880

0710

3. Increase national capacity to ensure safety of life and property

0

0

Grand Total ¢

BAETS SOFTWARE

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6,558,784

6,558,785

Surplus / Deficit

0

Page 46

%

0.00

2-year Summary Revenue Generation Performance 2012 2012 Actual Collection

Revenue Item

Approved Budget 2013

Central Administration, Administration (Assembly Office),

Taxes

113

Taxes on property

Grants

133

From other general government units

Other revenue

Revised Budget 2013

/

2013

In GH¢

Actual Collection 2013

Variance

% Perf

Projected 2014

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

500.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

500.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

152,500.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

152,500.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

5,364,289.34

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

5,364,289.34

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

1,041,995.00

141

Property income [GFS]

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

262,950.00

142

Sales of goods and services

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

595,615.00

143

Fines, penalties, and forfeits

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

99,000.00

145

Miscellaneous and unidentified revenue

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

84,430.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

#Num!

6,559,284.34

Grand Total

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Summary of Expenditure by Department and Funding Sources Only MDA

2014

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

DACF

Central GoG

IGF

DDF

Donor and Others

Total Estimates

2,462,686

1,931,419

1,176,995

543,673

314,200

6,558,785

01 Central Administration

1,351,789

800,850

982,634

42,270

0

3,177,543

01 Administration (Assembly Office) 02 Sub-Metros Administration 02 Finance

1,351,789 0 0

800,850 0 86,639

982,634 0 0

42,270 0 0

0 0 0

3,177,543 0 86,639

00 03 Education, Youth and Sports

0 266,000

86,639 0

0 1,125

0 176,403

0 0

86,639 443,528

Office of Departmental Head

0 266,000 0 0 156,280

0 0 0 0 237,707

0 1,125 0 0 84,337

0 176,403 0 0 75,000

0 0 0 0 0

0 443,528 0 0 553,324

0 0 156,280 0

0 237,707 0 0

0 79,337 5,000 0

0 0 75,000 0

0 0 0 0

0 317,043 236,280 0

00 06 Agriculture

0 10,000

0 168,190

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 178,190

00 07 Physical Planning

10,000 20,000

168,190 57,099

0 2,400

0 0

0 0

178,190 79,499

0 20,000 0 2,000

0 57,099 0 217,144

0 2,400 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 79,499 0 219,144

0 0 2,000 0

1,844 59,212 156,088 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

1,844 59,212 158,088 0

0 281,616

0 112,694

0 0

0 250,000

0 314,200

0 958,510

281,616 0 0 0 0 0

0 112,694 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

250,000 0 0 0 0 0

314,200 0 0 0 0 0

845,816 112,694 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 15,000

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 10,000

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 25,000

15,000 0

0 0

10,000 0

0 0

0 0

25,000 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 60,000

0 203,548

0 6,500

0 0

0 0

0 270,048

00 16 Urban Roads

60,000 300,000

203,548 47,548

6,500 90,000

0 0

0 0

270,048 567,359

00 17 Birth and Death

300,000 0

47,548 0

90,000 0

0 0

0 0

567,359 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

01 02 03 04 04 01 02 03 05

01 02 03 08

01 02 03 09

Education Sports Youth

Health Office of District Medical Officer of Health

Environmental Health Unit Hospital services

Waste Management

Office of Departmental Head Town and Country Planning Parks and Gardens

Social Welfare & Community Development Office of Departmental Head Social Welfare Community Development

Natural Resource Conservation

00 10 Works 01 02 03 04 05 11 01 02 03 04 12

Office of Departmental Head Public Works Water Feeder Roads Rural Housing

Trade, Industry and Tourism Office of Departmental Head Trade Cottage Industry Tourism

Budget and Rating

00 13 Legal 00 14 Transport

00 15 Disaster Prevention

00

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2014 APPROPRIATION SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE BY DEPARTMENT, ECONOMIC ITEM AND FUNDING SOURCE Central GOG and CF Compensation Assets of Employees Goods/Service (Capital) Total GoG

SECTOR / MDA / MMDA

I

G

F Assets Comp. of Emp Goods/Service (Capital)

(in GH Cedis)

Total IGF STATUTORY

ABFA

NREG

Grand Total R. Less NREG / Assets Goods/Service (Capital) Tot. Donor STATUTORY

D

F U N D S / OTHERS Others Comp.

of Emp

O

N

O

Multi Sectoral

1,429,988

1,065,931

1,898,186

4,394,105

280,242

692,812

203,942

1,176,995

0

0

0

0

0

42,270

815,603

857,873

6,558,785

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

1,429,988

1,065,931

1,898,186

4,394,105

280,242

692,812

203,942

1,176,995

0

0

0

0

0

42,270

815,603

857,873

6,558,785

387,666

873,535

891,439

2,152,640

280,242

590,850

111,542

982,634

0

0

0

0

0

42,270

0

42,270

3,177,543

387,666

873,535

891,439

2,152,640

280,242

590,850

111,542

982,634

0

0

0

0

0

42,270

0

42,270

3,177,543

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

86,639

0

0

86,639

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

86,639

Central Administration

Administration (Assembly Office) Sub-Metros Administration Finance Education, Youth and Sports

86,639

0

0

86,639

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

86,639

0

16,000

250,000

266,000

0

1,125

0

1,125

0

0

0

0

0

0

176,403

176,403

443,528

Office of Departmental Head

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Education

0

16,000

250,000

266,000

0

1,125

0

1,125

0

0

0

0

0

0

176,403

176,403

443,528

Sports

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Youth

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

237,707

16,280

140,000

393,987

0

84,337

0

84,337

0

0

0

0

0

0

75,000

75,000

553,324

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Health Office of District Medical Officer of Health

237,707

0

0

237,707

0

79,337

0

79,337

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

317,043

Hospital services

0

16,280

140,000

156,280

0

5,000

0

5,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

75,000

75,000

236,280

Waste Management

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

148,559

29,631

0

178,190

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

178,190

148,559

29,631

0

178,190

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

178,190

57,099

20,000

0

77,099

0

0

2,400

2,400

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

79,499

Office of Departmental Head

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Town and Country Planning

57,099

20,000

0

77,099

0

0

2,400

2,400

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

79,499

Environmental Health Unit

Agriculture Physical Planning

Parks and Gardens Social Welfare & Community Development

Office of Departmental Head Social Welfare Community Development

Natural Resource Conservation Works

Office of Departmental Head

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

196,076

18,446

4,622

219,144

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

219,144

0

1,844

0

1,844

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,844

52,712

6,500

0

59,212

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

59,212

143,364

10,102

4,622

158,088

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

158,088

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

112,694

0

281,616

394,310

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

564,200

564,200

958,510

0

0

281,616

281,616

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

564,200

564,200

845,816

112,694

0

0

112,694

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

112,694

Water

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Feeder Roads

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rural Housing

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Office of Departmental Head

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Trade

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Cottage Industry

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Tourism

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Public Works

Trade, Industry and Tourism

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2014 APPROPRIATION SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE BY DEPARTMENT, ECONOMIC ITEM AND FUNDING SOURCE Central GOG and CF Compensation Assets of Employees Goods/Service (Capital) Total GoG

SECTOR / MDA / MMDA Budget and Rating Legal Transport

Disaster Prevention Urban Roads Birth and Death

Friday, February 21, 2014

02:24:24

I

G

F Assets Comp. of Emp Goods/Service (Capital)

(in GH Cedis)

Total IGF STATUTORY

ABFA

NREG

Grand Total R. Less NREG / Assets Goods/Service (Capital) Tot. Donor STATUTORY

D

F U N D S / OTHERS Others Comp.

of Emp

O

N

O

0

15,000

0

15,000

0

10,000

0

10,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

25,000

0

15,000

0

15,000

0

10,000

0

10,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

25,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

203,548

60,000

0

263,548

0

6,500

0

6,500

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

270,048

203,548

60,000

0

263,548

0

6,500

0

6,500

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

270,048

0

17,039

330,508

347,548

0

0

90,000

90,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

567,359

0

17,039

330,508

347,548

0

0

90,000

90,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

567,359

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION: COST BY ACCOUNT, ACTIVITY, OUTPUT, OBJECTIVE, ORGANISATION, SOURCE OF FUND AND PRIORITY, Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70111

Organisation

2070101001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Central Administration_Administration (Assembly Office)__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

800,850

Exec. & leg. Organs (cs)

387,666

Compensation of employees [GFS] Objective 000000 National 0000000 Strategy Output Activity

Compensation of Employees

387,666 Compensation of Employees

387,666

0000 000000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries 21110

184,401

Use of goods and services

National 5061001 Strategy Output Activity

0001

10. Create an enabling environment that will ensure the development of the potential of rural areas

148,000 10.1 Improve the qualitative supply of a critical mass of social services and infrastructure to meet the basic needs of the people, and also attract investment for the growth and development of the rural areas Collaboration and support of Development Patners and Organisations improved by 10%

000019

Fumigation and sanitation

148,000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

148,000

1.0

1.0

1.0

148,000

Use of goods and services 22102

148,000 148,000 148,000

Utilities

2210205 Sanitation Charges

Objective 060301 National 6030101 Strategy Output Activity

0001

1. Bridge the equity gaps in access to health care and nutrition services and ensure sustainable financing arrangements that protect the poor

36,401

Construct 1No.CHPS compound

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

36,401

1.0

1.0

1.0

36,401

Use of goods and services 22101

36,401 36,401 36,401

Materials - Office Supplies

2210108 Construction Material

228,784

Other expense Objective 050610 National 5061001 Strategy

Output Activity

0001

10. Create an enabling environment that will ensure the development of the potential of rural areas

228,784 10.1 Improve the qualitative supply of a critical mass of social services and infrastructure to meet the basic needs of the people, and also attract investment for the growth and development of the rural areas Collaboration and support of Development Patners and Organisations improved by 10%

000010

GSFP

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

36,401

1.1. Accelerate implementation of CHPS strategy in under-served areas

Number of persons using ITN improved by 25%

000002

387,666 387,666 387,666 387,666

Established Position

2111001 Established Post

Objective 050610

387,666

Yr.2

Yr.3

228,784

1.0

1.0

1.0

228,784 228,784 228,784 228,784

General Expenses

2821010 Contributions

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228,784

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

IGF-Retained

Function Code

12200 70111

Organisation

2070101001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Central Administration_Administration (Assembly Office)__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

982,634

Exec. & leg. Organs (cs)

280,242

Compensation of employees [GFS] Objective 000000 National 0000000 Strategy Output Activity

Compensation of Employees

280,242 Compensation of Employees

280,242

0000 000000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries 21111

2111106 Limited Engagements Wages and salaries in cash [GFS]

2111224 Traditional Authority Allowance 2111225 Commissions 2111238 Overtime Allowance 2111243 Transfer Grants 2111244 Out of Station Allowance 2111249 Responsibility Allowance Social Contributions 21210

Actual social contributions [GFS]

2121001 13% SSF Contribution

510,850

Use of goods and services Objective 070203 National 7040303 Strategy Output Activity

0001

3. Integrate and institutionalize district level planning and budgeting through participatory process at all levels

510,850 3.3

Establish participatory and consultative systems for policymaking, regulation and management of resources

510,850 Effective and efficient utilization of IGF to improve service delivery by 15% by December 2014

000001

Travelling & Transport

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22105

000003

Running cost of official vehicle

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22105

000004

Maintenance of official vehicle

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22105

000006

Other Travelling & Transport

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22105

000007

Maintenance and runnning cost of Sanitation vehicle

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20,000

3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000

Travel - Transport

2210509 Other Travel & Transportation

Activity

66,600

20,000 20,000 20,000

Travel - Transport

2210502 Maintenance & Repairs - Official Vehicles

Activity

6,800

66,600 66,600 66,600

Travel - Transport

2210505 Running Cost - Official Vehicles

Activity

510,850

6,800 6,800 6,800

Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost

Activity

280,242 269,893 206,912 107,026 99,887 62,981 2,400 39,660 288 15,000 4,385 1,248 10,349 10,349 10,349

Wages and salaries in cash [GFS]

2111102 Monthly paid & casual labour 21112

280,242

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

1.0

1.0

1.0

35,000

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2014

Use of goods and services 22105

35,000 35,000 35,000

Travel - Transport

2210502 Maintenance & Repairs - Official Vehicles

Activity

000008

Electricity charges

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22102

9,500 9,500 9,500

Utilities

2210201 Electricity charges

Activity

000009

Water charges

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22102

000010

Postal Charges

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22102

000011

Telephone Charges

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22102

000012

Office Facilities

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000013

Stationery

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000014

Printing and Publication

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000015

Accomodation and Rentals

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22104

000016

Equipment and Rentals

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22104

000017

Training and Workshops

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000018

Library / Periodicals

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000019

Bank Charges

Friday, February 21, 2014

750 750 750 750

Materials - Office Supplies

2210115 Textbooks & Library Books

Activity

19,500 19,500 19,500 19,500

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses

Activity

2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000

Rentals

2210403 Rental of Office Equipment

Activity

6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000

Rentals

2210401 Office Accommodations

Activity

15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

Activity

20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

Activity

15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210111 Other Office Materials and Consumables

Activity

3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000

Utilities

2210203 Telecommunications

Activity

500 500 500 500

Utilities

2210204 Postal Charges

Activity

4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000

Utilities

2210202 Water

Activity

9,500

1.0

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

1.0

1.0

3,500

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BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION: COST BY ACCOUNT, ACTIVITY, OUTPUT, OBJECTIVE, ORGANISATION, SOURCE OF FUND AND PRIORITY,

2014

Use of goods and services 22111

3,500 3,500 3,500

Other Charges - Fees

2211101 Bank Charges

Activity

000020

Maintenance of Office Equipment

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22106

10,000 10,000 10,000

Repairs - Maintenance

2210605 Maintenance of Machinery & Plant

Activity

000021

Maintenance of Office Furniture / Fittings

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22106

000022

Maintenance of Assembly Building

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22106

000024

Maintenance of Street Lights

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22106

000025

Entertaiment

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000026

Protocol

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

000031

Public Education / Literacy

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000032

Revenue Campaign

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000033

Culture Programme

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000034

Traditional Authority

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22106

000036

Assembly Meetings

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

000038

Value Books

Friday, February 21, 2014

20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

Special Services

2210905 Assembly Members Sittings All

Activity

8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000

Repairs - Maintenance

2210614 Traditional Authority Property

Activity

1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500

Materials - Office Supplies

2210118 Sports, Recreational & Cultural Materials

Activity

7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210711 Public Education & Sensitization

Activity

15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210711 Public Education & Sensitization

Activity

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

Special Services

2210901 Service of the State Protocol

Activity

6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210708 Refreshments

Activity

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Repairs - Maintenance

2210617 Street Lights/Traffic Lights

Activity

3,500 3,500 3,500 3,500

Repairs - Maintenance

2210603 Repairs of Office Buildings

Activity

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Repairs - Maintenance

2210604 Maintenance of Furniture & Fixtures

Activity

10,000

1.0

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

1.0

1.0

12,000

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BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION: COST BY ACCOUNT, ACTIVITY, OUTPUT, OBJECTIVE, ORGANISATION, SOURCE OF FUND AND PRIORITY,

2014

Use of goods and services 22101

12,000 12,000 12,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210110 Specialised Stock

Activity

000040

Ceremonial Functions

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

7,000 7,000 7,000

Special Services

2210902 Official Celebrations

Activity

000041

Protective Uniform & Clothing

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000042

Publication & Adverts

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000043

Data Collection

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22108

000046

Upkeep of Residency

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

000049

Promotion of Sports

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000051

ICT training for staff

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000057

Independence Celebration

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

000058

Other General Expenses

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

000060

Water

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22102

000061

Electricity

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22102

000063

Furniture

Friday, February 21, 2014

7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500

Utilities

2210201 Electricity charges

Activity

2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500

Utilities

2210202 Water

Activity

17,000 17,000 17,000 17,000

Special Services

2210909 Operational Enhancement Expenses

Activity

7,000 7,000 7,000 7,000

Special Services

2210902 Official Celebrations

Activity

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210710 Staff Development

Activity

1,400 1,400 1,400 1,400

Materials - Office Supplies

2210118 Sports, Recreational & Cultural Materials

Activity

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

Special Services

2210901 Service of the State Protocol

Activity

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Consulting Services

2210802 External Consultants Fees

Activity

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210706 Library & Subscription

Activity

3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210112 Uniform and Protective Clothing

Activity

7,000

1.0

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

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1.0

6,000

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2014

Use of goods and services 22101

6,000 6,000 6,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210102 Office Facilities, Supplies & Accessories

Activity

000069

Farmers Day

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

5,000 5,000 5,000

Special Services

2210902 Official Celebrations

Activity

000070

Health Programme / Immunisation

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000071

Valuation of Property

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

000072

Office Equipment

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000074

Security / Others

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

Utilities

2210206 Armed Guard and Security

Activity

000080

Urban / Area Councils

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000088

T & T ( Assembly Members )

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22105

000089

Sub-Committee Meetings

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

000090

Feeding & Accommodation of officials

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

Rentals

2210404 Hotel Accommodations

9,500

Social benefits [GFS] Objective 070203 National 7040303 Strategy Output

0001

15,000 15,000 8,000 8,000 7,000 7,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210113 Feeding Cost 22104

15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000

Special Services

2210904 Assembly Members Special Allow

Activity

12,300 12,300 12,300 12,300

Travel - Transport

2210509 Other Travel & Transportation

Activity

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210711 Public Education & Sensitization

Activity

11,500 11,500 6,000 6,000 5,500 5,500

Materials - Office Supplies

2210114 Rations 22102

7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500

Materials - Office Supplies

2210111 Other Office Materials and Consumables

Activity

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Special Services

2210908 Property Valuation Expenses

Activity

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210116 Chemicals & Consumables

Activity

5,000

3. Integrate and institutionalize district level planning and budgeting through participatory process at all levels

9,500 3.3

Establish participatory and consultative systems for policymaking, regulation and management of resources

9,500 Effective and efficient utilization of IGF to improve service delivery by 15% by December 2014

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Yr.2

Yr.3

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1

1

9,500

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BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION: COST BY ACCOUNT, ACTIVITY, OUTPUT, OBJECTIVE, ORGANISATION, SOURCE OF FUND AND PRIORITY, Activity

000028

Staff Welfare

1.0

1.0

2014 1.0

Employer social benefits 27311

8,000 8,000 8,000

Employer Social Benefits - Cash

2731102 Staff Welfare Expenses

Activity

000035

Refund of Medical Fees

1.0

1.0

1.0

Employer social benefits 27311

70,500

Other expense

National 7040303 Strategy Output Activity

0001

3. Integrate and institutionalize district level planning and budgeting through participatory process at all levels

70,500 3.3

Establish participatory and consultative systems for policymaking, regulation and management of resources

70,500 Effective and efficient utilization of IGF to improve service delivery by 15% by December 2014

000029

Contribution to NALAG

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

000044

Legal & Professional Exp.

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

000045

Acquisition of Land

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

000048

Sponsorship

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

000056

Donations

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

000059

Task Force Operation

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

000075

SIF / UPRP Counterpart

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

Output

0001

10,000

111,542

Non Financial Assets

National 5060806 Strategy

5,000

10,000 10,000 10,000

General Expenses

2821006 Other Charges

Objective 050608

12,000

5,000 5,000 5,000

General Expenses

2821013 Special Operations (COS)

Activity

15,000

12,000 12,000 12,000

General Expenses

2821009 Donations

Activity

8,000

15,000 15,000 15,000

General Expenses

2821012 Scholarship/Awards

Activity

20,000

8,000 8,000 8,000

General Expenses

2821006 Other Charges

Activity

500

20,000 20,000 20,000

General Expenses

2821002 Professional fees

Activity

70,500

500 500 500

General Expenses

2821010 Contributions

Activity

1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500

Employer Social Benefits - Cash

2731103 Refund of Medical Expenses

Objective 070203

8,000

8. Promote resilient urban infrastructure development, maintenance and provision of basic services

50,500 8.6 Maintain and improve existing community facilities and services

50,500 4No. Community infrastructure provided by December 2014

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Yr.3

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1

1

50,500

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000002

Provide assistance to community initiated projects

1.0

1.0

2014 1.0

Fixed Assets 31122

50,500 50,500 50,500

Other machinery - equipment

3112207 Other Assets

Objective 070203 National 7040303 Strategy Output Activity

0001

3. Integrate and institutionalize district level planning and budgeting through participatory process at all levels

61,042 3.3

Establish participatory and consultative systems for policymaking, regulation and management of resources

61,042 Effective and efficient utilization of IGF to improve service delivery by 15% by December 2014

000023

Maintenance of Market / Lorry Parks

Fixed Assets

31113

50,500

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

61,042 61,042 61,042 61,042 31,042 30,000

Other structures

3111304 Markets 3111305 Car/Lorry Park

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

CF (Assembly)

Function Code

12603 70111

Organisation

2070101001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Central Administration_Administration (Assembly Office)__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

1,351,789

Exec. & leg. Organs (cs)

347,381

Use of goods and services Objective 060401 National 4030103 Strategy Output Activity

0002

1. Ensure the reduction of new HIV and AIDS/STIs/TB transmission

10,000 1.3

Ensure persistent and stringent monitoring and evaluation

2,800 Behevioural change strategies towards high risk groups strenghtened by December 2014

000001

Behavioural change strategies strenghtened

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

2,800

1.0

1.0

1.0

2,800

Use of goods and services 22101

2,800 2,800 2,800

Materials - Office Supplies

2210117 Teaching & Learning Materials

National 6040102 Strategy Output

Activity

0001

1.2. Intensify advocacy to reduce infection and impact of HIV, AIDS and TB

7,200 New infections and Impact of HIV & AIDS reduced by 15% by December 2014

000001

Provide support for District Respose Initiative (DRI) on HIV & AIDS

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

7,200

1.0

1.0

1.0

7,200

Use of goods and services 22107

7,200 7,200 7,200

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210711 Public Education & Sensitization

Objective 070203 National 7040303 Strategy Output Activity

0001

3. Integrate and institutionalize district level planning and budgeting through participatory process at all levels

215,000 3.3

Establish participatory and consultative systems for policymaking, regulation and management of resources

215,000 Effective and efficient utilization of IGF to improve service delivery by 15% by December 2014

000034

Traditional Authority

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services

22106

000043

Data Collection

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22108

000060

Water

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22102

000074

Security / Others

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22102

National 7020602 Strategy Output

0001

70,000 70,000 70,000 70,000

Utilities

2210206 Armed Guard and Security

Objective 070206

120,000 120,000 120,000 120,000

Utilities

2210202 Water

Activity

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

Consulting Services

2210803 Other Consultancy Expenses

Activity

20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

Repairs - Maintenance

2210614 Traditional Authority Property

Activity

215,000

6. Ensure efficient internal revenue generation and transparency in local resource management

20,000 6.2. Develop the capacity of the MMDAs towards effective revenue mobilisation

20,000 Capacity of DA enhanced to administer and implement projects and programmes by Dec 2014

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Yr.3

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1

1

20,000

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000004

Renting of Zonal Council Officers

1.0

1.0

2014 1.0

Use of goods and services 22104

20,000 20,000 20,000

Rentals

2210401 Office Accommodations

Objective 070402 National 7040202 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Upgrade the capacity of the public and civil service for transparent, accountable, efficient, timely, effective performance and service delivery

92,381

2.2 Develop human resource development policy for the public sector

30,000 Capacity of staff strengthened for effective administrtion by December 2014

000001

Support capacity building programmes of Assembly

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

30,000

1.0

1.0

1.0

10,000

Use of goods and services

22107

10,000 10,000 10,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210710 Staff Development

Activity

000002

Preparation of MTDP

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

Output Activity

0002

2.5 Provide conducive working environment for civil servants

62,381 Conginial working environment and administrative structures provided for staff and public

000003

Rent for office accommodation .

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

62,381

1.0

1.0

1.0

52,381

Use of goods and services 22104

52,381 52,381 52,381

Rentals

2210401 Office Accommodations

Activity

000010

Rent of residential accommodation

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22104

National 7040404 Strategy Output Activity

0001

4. Deepen on-going institutionalization and internalization of policy formulation, planning, and M&E system at all levels

10,000 4.4. Strengthen M&E capacity and coordination at all levels

10,000 M&E Capacity of staff strengthened by December 2014

000001

provide support for Monitoring and evaluation of projects

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

10,000

1.0

1.0

1.0

10,000

Use of goods and services 22101

10,000 2,600 1,000 1,600 7,400 2,000 5,400

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 2210106 Oils and Lubricants 22105

Travel - Transport

2210505 Running Cost - Official Vehicles 2210512 Mileage Allowance

112,969

Other expense Objective 050610 National 5061001 Strategy Output Activity

0001 000011

10. Create an enabling environment that will ensure the development of the potential of rural areas

31,408 10.1 Improve the qualitative supply of a critical mass of social services and infrastructure to meet the basic needs of the people, and also attract investment for the growth and development of the rural areas Collaboration and support of Development Patners and Organisations improved by 10% PWDs

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Rentals

2210402 Residential Accommodations

Objective 070404

20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

National 7040205 Strategy

20,000

Yr.2

Yr.3

31,408

1.0

1.0

1.0

31,408 31,408 31,408

General Expenses

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2014

2821010 Contributions

Objective 070203 National 7040303 Strategy Output Activity

0001

31,408

3. Integrate and institutionalize district level planning and budgeting through participatory process at all levels

81,561 3.3

Establish participatory and consultative systems for policymaking, regulation and management of resources

81,561 Effective and efficient utilization of IGF to improve service delivery by 15% by December 2014

000045

Acquisition of Land

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

000048

Sponsorship

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

000075

SIF / UPRP Counterpart

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

891,439

Non Financial Assets

National 3080102 Strategy Output Activity

0001

1. Manage waste, reduce pollution and noise

160,978 1.2. Provision of waste collection bins at vintage places in the communities and these bins should be emptied regularly

160,978 Waste management improved by December 2014

000002

Support waste mangement in Municipal

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

160,978

1.0

1.0

1.0

110,978

Fixed Assets 31122

110,978 110,978 110,978

Other machinery - equipment

3112257 WIP - Plant and Machinery

Activity

000004

Operate and maintain sanitation vehicle and maintenance of the office

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31122

National 5050106 Strategy Output Activity

0002

1. Provide adequate and reliable power to meet the needs of Ghanaians and for export

70,000 1.6 Increase access to modern forms of energy to the poor and vulnerable especially in the rural areas through the extension of national electricity grid Electricity supply extended to 3No. Communitiesby December 2014

000001

Extend electricity to 3No. Communikties under the SHEP programme

70,000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

70,000

1.0

1.0

1.0

50,000

Fixed Assets 31131

50,000 50,000 50,000

Infrastructure assets

3113101 Electrical Networks

Activity

000002

Rehabilitate streetlight in 6No. Communitties

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31131

National 5060806 Strategy Output

0001

20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

Infrastructure assets

3113101 Electrical Networks

Objective 050608

50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000

Other machinery - equipment

3112205 Other Capital Expenditure

Objective 050501

25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000

General Expenses

2821006 Other Charges

Objective 030801

46,561 46,561 46,561 46,561

General Expenses

2821012 Scholarship/Awards

Activity

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

General Expenses

2821006 Other Charges

Activity

81,561

8. Promote resilient urban infrastructure development, maintenance and provision of basic services

253,991 8.6 Maintain and improve existing community facilities and services

116,402 4No. Community infrastructure provided by December 2014

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1

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000002

Provide assistance to community initiated projects

1.0

1.0

2014 1.0

Fixed Assets 31112

116,402 56,402 56,402 60,000 60,000

Non residential buildings

3111256 WIP - School Buildings 31122

Other machinery - equipment

3112205 Other Capital Expenditure

National 7020608 Strategy Output Activity

0002

6.8. Strengthen mechanisms for accountability

137,589 Funds allocated for emergency and or unexpected projects and programmes

000001

Contingency

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets

31122

Infrastructure assets

3113108 Furniture & Fittings

Objective 050610 National 5061001 Strategy Output

Activity

0001

6,000 10.1 Improve the qualitative supply of a critical mass of social services and infrastructure to meet the basic needs of the people, and also attract investment for the growth and development of the rural areas

Review of DESAP/ WATSAN

6,000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

6,000

1.0

1.0

1.0

6,000

Fixed Assets 31122

6,000 6,000 6,000

Other machinery - equipment

3112257 WIP - Plant and Machinery

Objective 070203 National 7040303 Strategy Output Activity

0001

3. Integrate and institutionalize district level planning and budgeting through participatory process at all levels

83,448 3.3

Establish participatory and consultative systems for policymaking, regulation and management of resources

83,448 Effective and efficient utilization of IGF to improve service delivery by 15% by December 2014

000023

Maintenance of Market / Lorry Parks

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets

31113

3111305 Car/Lorry Park

National 7020602 Strategy Output Activity

0001

248,000 6.2. Develop the capacity of the MMDAs towards effective revenue mobilisation

228,000

Procurement of Pick-ups

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

2.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31121

000006

Purchase and instollation of Softwares

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31122

Output

0004

220,000

8,000 8,000 8,000 8,000

Other machinery - equipment

3112203 Server (Computing)

National 7020603 Strategy

228,000

220,000 220,000 220,000

Transport - equipment

3112101 Vehicle

Activity

83,448

6. Ensure efficient internal revenue generation and transparency in local resource management

Capacity of DA enhanced to administer and implement projects and programmes by Dec 2014

000003

83,448

83,448 83,448 45,000 38,448

Other structures

3111304 Markets

Objective 070206

137,589

10. Create an enabling environment that will ensure the development of the potential of rural areas

Collaboration and support of Development Patners and Organisations improved by 10%

000004

137,589

137,589 137,588 137,588 1 1

Other machinery - equipment

3112205 Other Capital Expenditure 31131

116,402

6.3. Review District demarcations

20,000 All Assembly lands and boundary clearly delineated by December 2014

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Activity

Demacate all Assembly lands

1.0

1.0

2014 1.0

Fixed Assets

20,000 20,000 20,000

Dwellings

31111

3111101 Buildings 2. Upgrade the capacity of the public and civil service for transparent, accountable, efficient, timely, effective performance and service delivery

Objective 070402 National 7040205 Strategy Output

69,022

2.5 Provide conducive working environment for civil servants

69,022

0002

Conginial working environment and administrative structures provided for staff and public

000006

Activity

Supply of office equiptment and logistics

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

69,022

1.0

1.0

1.0

39,022

Inventories

39,022 39,022 39,022

Materials - supplies

31221

3122102 Office Facilities, Supplies and Accessories

000007

Activity

Supply of office furniture

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 3113160 WIP - Furniture & Fittings

000009

Installation of intercom facility

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Other machinery - equipment

31122

20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

Infrastructure assets

31131

Activity

20,000

3112204 Networking & ICT equipments

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

14009 70111

DDF

Function Code Organisation

2070101001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Central Administration_Administration (Assembly Office)__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

42,270

Grants Objective 050610 National 5061001 Strategy Output Activity

0001

10. Create an enabling environment that will ensure the development of the potential of rural areas

42,270 10.1 Improve the qualitative supply of a critical mass of social services and infrastructure to meet the basic needs of the people, and also attract investment for the growth and development of the rural areas Collaboration and support of Development Patners and Organisations improved by 10%

000014

DDF uncompleted projects

Yr.2

Yr.3

42,270

1.0

1.0

1.0

42,270 42,270 42,270 42,270

Re-Current

2631106 DDF Capacity Building Grants

Total Cost Centre

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Yr.1

To other general government units 26311

42,270

Exec. & leg. Organs (cs)

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70112

Organisation

2070200001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Finance___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

86,639

Financial & fiscal affairs (CS)

86,639

Compensation of employees [GFS] Objective 000000 National 0000000 Strategy Output Activity

Compensation of Employees

86,639 Compensation of Employees

86,639

0000 000000

Yr.1

Yr.2

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries 21110

86,639 86,639 86,639 86,639 86,639

Established Position

2111001 Established Post

Total Cost Centre

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

IGF-Retained

Function Code

12200 70980

Organisation

2070302000

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Education, Youth and Sports_Education_

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

1,125

Use of goods and services Objective 060101 National 6010112 Strategy Output Activity

0003

1. Increase equitable access to and participation in education at all levels

1,125 1.12 Mainstream Mathematics, Science and Technical education at all levels

1,125 Participation of schools in sports and culture improved by December 2014

000001

Establish fund for education sport & culture

Use of goods and services 22106

1,125

Education n.e.c

Yr.2

Yr.3

1,125

1.0

1.0

1.0

1,125 1,125 1,125 1,125

Repairs - Maintenance

2210613 Schools/Nurseries

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General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

CF (Assembly)

Function Code

12603 70980

Organisation

2070302000

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Education, Youth and Sports_Education_

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

266,000

Education n.e.c

16,000

Use of goods and services Objective 060101 National 5070110 Strategy Output Activity

0001

1. Increase equitable access to and participation in education at all levels

16,000 1.10 Support technical education institutions and other professional bodies to train more human resources required for planning and the construction sector Support sports & Culture in Schools

000001

Support sports & Culture activities in Schoools within the Municipality

10,000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

Output

Activity

0003

1.10 Promote the achievement of universal basic education

6,000 Participation of schools in sports and culture improved by December 2014

000002

Support sports and cuture in school

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

6,000

1.0

1.0

1.0

6,000

Use of goods and services 22101

6,000 6,000 6,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210118 Sports, Recreational & Cultural Materials

250,000

Non Financial Assets Objective 060101 National 6010101 Strategy Output Activity

0002

1. Increase equitable access to and participation in education at all levels

250,000 1.1

Provide infrastructure facilities for schools at all levels across the country particularly in deprived areas

250,000 Classroom blocks constructed or completed by December 2014

000002

Construct classroons 3 Zonal Council

Fixed Assets 31112

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210118 Sports, Recreational & Cultural Materials

National 6010110 Strategy

10,000

Yr.2

Yr.3

250,000

1.0

1.0

1.0

250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000

Non residential buildings

3111205 School Buildings

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

DDF

Function Code

14009 70980

Organisation

2070302000

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Education, Youth and Sports_Education_

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

176,403

Non Financial Assets Objective 060101 National 6010101 Strategy Output Activity

0002

1. Increase equitable access to and participation in education at all levels

176,403 1.1

Provide infrastructure facilities for schools at all levels across the country particularly in deprived areas

176,403 Classroom blocks constructed or completed by December 2014

000002

Construct classroons 3 Zonal Council

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

176,403

1.0

1.0

1.0

176,403

Fixed Assets 31112

176,403

Education n.e.c

176,403 176,403 176,403

Non residential buildings

3111205 School Buildings

Total Cost Centre

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70740

Organisation

2070402001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Health_Environmental Health Unit__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

237,707

Public health services

237,707

Compensation of employees [GFS] Compensation of Employees

Objective 000000

237,707

National 0000000 Strategy Output

Compensation of Employees

237,707

0000 000000

Activity

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries

237,707 237,707 237,707 237,707

Established Position

21110

237,707

2111001 Established Post

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

12200 70740

IGF-Retained

Function Code Organisation

2070402001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Health_Environmental Health Unit__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

79,337

Public health services

79,337

Use of goods and services Objective 051103 National 5110311 Strategy Output Activity

0001

3. Accelerate the provision and improve environmental sanitation

79,337 3.11 Develop M&E system for effective monitoring of environmental sanitation services.

79,337 Improve sanitation in the Municipality by 20% by Dec. 2014

000001

Sanitation Activities in the Municipality

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

Utilities

2210205 Sanitation Charges 22106

Repairs - Maintenance

2210616 Sanitary Sites

Total Cost Centre

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79,337 79,337 23,837 23,837 15,000 15,000 40,500 40,500

Materials - Office Supplies

2210116 Chemicals & Consumables 22102

79,337

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

IGF-Retained

Function Code

12200 70731

Organisation

2070403001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Health_Hospital services__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

5,000

General hospital services (IS)

5,000

Use of goods and services Objective 060302 National 6030102 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Improve governance and strengthen efficiency and effectiveness in health service delivery

5,000 1.2. Expand access to primary health care

5,000 Provision of health facilities and other health related programmes

000002

Support Immunization Programmes

Use of goods and services 22105

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

Travel - Transport

2210503 Fuel & Lubricants - Official Vehicles

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

CF (Assembly)

Function Code

12603 70731

Organisation

2070403001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Health_Hospital services__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

156,280

General hospital services (IS)

3,280

Use of goods and services Objective 060302 National 6030102 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Improve governance and strengthen efficiency and effectiveness in health service delivery

3,280 1.2. Expand access to primary health care

3,280 Provision of health facilities and other health related programmes

000002

Support Immunization Programmes

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

13,000

Other expense

National 6030102 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Improve governance and strengthen efficiency and effectiveness in health service delivery

13,000 1.2. Expand access to primary health care

13,000 Provision of health facilities and other health related programmes

000003

Support Malaria control programme (ITN use)

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

Output Activity

0001

2. Improve governance and strengthen efficiency and effectiveness in health service delivery

140,000 1.2. Expand access to primary health care

140,000 Provision of health facilities and other health related programmes

000001

Provide Health facilities

Fixed Assets 31112

13,000

140,000

Non Financial Assets

National 6030102 Strategy

13,000

13,000 13,000 13,000

General Expenses

2821007 Court Expenses

Objective 060302

3,280 3,280 3,280 3,280

Materials - Office Supplies

2210113 Feeding Cost

Objective 060302

3,280

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

140,000 140,000 140,000 140,000 140,000

Non residential buildings

3111207 Health Centres

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

DDF

Function Code

14009 70731

Organisation

2070403001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Health_Hospital services__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

75,000

General hospital services (IS)

75,000

Non Financial Assets Objective 060302 National 6030102 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Improve governance and strengthen efficiency and effectiveness in health service delivery

75,000 1.2. Expand access to primary health care

75,000 Provision of health facilities and other health related programmes

000001

Provide Health facilities

Yr.1

Yr.2

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31112

75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000

Non residential buildings

3111253 WIP - Health Centres

Total Cost Centre

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70421

Organisation

2070600001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Agriculture___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

168,190

Agriculture cs

148,559

Compensation of employees [GFS] Objective 000000 National 0000000 Strategy Output Activity

Compensation of Employees

148,559 Compensation of Employees

148,559

0000 000000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries 21110

19,631

Use of goods and services

National 2010110 Strategy Output Activity

0002

2. Increase agricultural competitiveness and enhance integration into domestic and international markets

4,708 1.9

Improve efficiency of service delivery of MDAs, MMDAs and other public sector institutions

2,308 Adoption of improved technologies by men& women along the value chain increased by 5% by 2014

000002

Equip MADU office with furniture & equipment by July 2014

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

2210102 Office Facilities, Supplies & Accessories

Output Activity

0001

2.11 Develop effective post-harvest management strategies, particularly storage facilities, at individual and community levels post harvest loses of cassava/ maize/pineapple reduced by 5% by 2014

000001

Train 7 AEAs, 7 DAOS and resource extension staffs in post harvest handling technologies by October 2014

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

000002

Train 50,producers,processor&marketers in post harvest handling

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

Output Activity

0002

2.19 Develop standards and promote good agricultural practices along the value chain (including hygiene, proper use of pesticides, grading, packaging, standardisation) Adoption of improved technologies by men& women along the value chain increased by 5% by 2014

000001

intensify 10 field demonstration/field days to enhance adoption of inproved technologies on maize demonstation by september 2014

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

National 3010404 Strategy

1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210701 Training Materials

Objective 030104

400

1,500

Yr.1

Use of goods and services 22107

500

400 400 400

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210702 Visits, Conferences / Seminars (Local)

National 3010219 Strategy

900

500 500 500

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses

Activity

2,308

900

Yr.1

Use of goods and services 22107

2,308

2,308 2,308 100 2,208

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

National 3010211 Strategy

148,559 148,559 148,559 148,559

Established Position

2111001 Established Post

Objective 030102

148,559

4. Promote selected crop development for food security, export and industry

3,413 4.4 Extend the concept of nucleus-outgrower and block farming schemes and contract farming to cover staple and cash crops to bridge the gap between large and small scale producers

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0001

Improve technologies adopted by the youth and yield of maize and vegetables by 10% by 2014

000001

Facilitate the establishment of 50 Ha.of maize and vegetable block farms in 4 communities by june 2014

2014

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

3,413

1.0

1.0

1.0

362

Use of goods and services 22101

362 62 62 300 300

Materials - Office Supplies

2210106 Oils and Lubricants 22107

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210701 Training Materials

Activity

000002

Train 14 extension staff on irregation and mechanization established centre in the Municipal to provide diversified services

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

293 293 293

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses

Activity

000003

Congenial working environment and administrative structure provided for staff and public

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000004

Organize Soya and legume utilization demostration in 5 schools benefiting from school feeding programme by December, 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000005

Promote the consumption of micro nutrient rich foods ( Balance Diet) by children and women of reproductive age in 10 communities by December, 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22105

000006

Conduct food handling and safety training for 30 agro processors by October, 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

000007

Organize Audio-visuals on good agric. Practices in 5 communities by April, 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services

22107

National 3010501 Strategy Output Activity

0001

5. Promote livestock and poultry development for food security and income

5,431 5.1

Enhance performance of indigenous breeds of livestock/ poultry through a programme of selection

300 Production of poultry (including guinea fowl) increased by 10% and small ruminants & pigs by 5% by 2014 through the adoption of improved technologies

000001

Introduce improved livestock breed to 20 farmenrs by Dec. 2014

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost

National 3010516 Strategy Output Activity

0001 000004

300

5.16 Intensify disease control and surveillance especially for zoonotic and scheduled diseases

5,131 Production of poultry (including guinea fowl) increased by 10% and small ruminants & pigs by 5% by 2014 through the adoption of improved technologies

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

Conduct active disease survillance in both domestic and wild animals and birds in 100 communities by dec 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

300

300 180 180 120 120

Materials - Office Supplies

2210106 Oils and Lubricants 22105

600 600 600 600

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210711 Public Education & Sensitization

Objective 030105

300 300 300 300

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses

Activity

300 300 300 300

Travel - Transport

2210503 Fuel & Lubricants - Official Vehicles

Activity

600 600 600 600

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210701 Training Materials

Activity

958 958 958 958

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses

Activity

293

1,161 1,161 841 201

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

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2210106 Oils and Lubricants 22105

640 320 320

Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost

Activity

000005

organise district wide vaccination campaign for prophylactic tratment of livestock diseases ,for 20000 livestock & poultry by Dec 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

200 140 20 30 50 40 60 60

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 2210103 Refreshment Items 2210106 Oils and Lubricants 2210116 Chemicals & Consumables 22105

Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost

Activity

000007

Equip & provide logistics for animal health clinic by June 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

Special Services

2210909 Operational Enhancement Expenses

Objective 030106 National 3010619 Strategy

Output Activity

0001

6. Promote fisheries development for food security and income

300 6.19 Promote the improvement in fish husbandry practices and fish health management

300 Productivity of cultured fish increased by 10% by dec 2013

000001

Train 15 fish farmers on how to manage disease problems in fish production by june 2014

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

2210103 Refreshment Items 2210106 Oils and Lubricants Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost 22107

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses 22108

Consulting Services

2210801 Local Consultants Fees

Objective 030107 National 3010701 Strategy Output Activity

0001

5,779 7.1 Strengthen the intra-sectoral and inter-ministerial coordination through a platform for joint planning

5,779

Conduct annual yield studies,monitoring & evaluation at district level

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

2210103 Refreshment Items 2210106 Oils and Lubricants Travel - Transport

2210510 Night allowances 2210511 Local travel cost

Activity

000002

Organise qurterly review meetings with stakeholders bydec 2014

Use of goods and services 22101

1,400

1.0

1.0

1.0

960 960 160 60 50 50

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 2210103 Refreshment Items 2210106 Oils and Lubricants

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5,779

1,400 870 70 200 600 530 412 118

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

22105

300

7. Improve institutional coordination for agriculture development

Capacity for planning, policy analysis, M&E and data collection and analysis at district level strengthened by dec 2013

000001

300

300 100 10 20 70 50 50 120 120 30 30

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

22105

3,770 3,770 3,000 3,000 770 770

Materials - Office Supplies

2210119 Household Items 22109

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Travel - Transport

22105

300 200 100 500 500

2210510 Night allowances 2210511 Local travel cost Training - Seminars - Conferences

22107

2210704 Hire of Venue

000003

Activity

Organise national farmers day celebration at the district level by dec 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services

3,419 3,259 40 619 600 2,000 160 60 100

Materials - Office Supplies

22101

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 2210106 Oils and Lubricants 2210113 Feeding Cost 2210116 Chemicals & Consumables Travel - Transport

22105

3,419

2210509 Other Travel & Transportation 2210511 Local travel cost

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

12603 70421

CF (Assembly)

Function Code Organisation

2070600001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Agriculture___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

10,000

Agriculture cs

10,000

Other expense Objective 030107 National 3010701 Strategy Output Activity

0001 000003

7. Improve institutional coordination for agriculture development

10,000 7.1 Strengthen the intra-sectoral and inter-ministerial coordination through a platform for joint planning

10,000 Capacity for planning, policy analysis, M&E and data collection and analysis at district level strengthened by dec 2013

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

Organise national farmers day celebration at the district level by dec 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

General Expenses

2821008 Awards & Rewards

Total Cost Centre

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2014 Amount (GH¢)

Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70133

Organisation

2070702001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Physical Planning_Town and Country Planning__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

57,099

Overall planning & statistical services (CS)

57,099

Compensation of employees [GFS] Compensation of Employees

Objective 000000

57,099

National 0000000 Strategy Output

Compensation of Employees

57,099

0000 000000

Activity

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries

57,099 57,099 57,099 57,099

Established Position

21110

57,099

2111001 Established Post

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

12200 70133

IGF-Retained

Function Code Organisation

2070702001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Physical Planning_Town and Country Planning__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

2,400

Overall planning & statistical services (CS)

2,400

Non Financial Assets 5. Promote well structured and integrated urban development

Objective 050605

2,400

National 5060505 Strategy Output

5.5 Encourage mixed use development and densification policy in urban areas

2,400

0001

Planning Schemes prepared for , Opeikuma, , Blue Rose and Dadeboa Estate

000002

Activity

Revise two sector layouts and prepare outline mapfor Kasoa Township

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets

2,400 2,400 2,400 2,400

Other machinery - equipment

31122

2,400

3112201 Plant & Equipment

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

12603 70133

CF (Assembly)

Function Code Organisation

2070702001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Physical Planning_Town and Country Planning__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

20,000

Overall planning & statistical services (CS)

20,000

Other expense Objective 020106 National 5070107 Strategy Output Activity

0001

6. Expand opportunities for job creation

20,000 1.7 Enforce building codes

20,000 Embark on Street Naming and Property Addressing exercises

000001

Street Naming and Property Addressing

Miscellaneous other expense 28210

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

General Expenses

2821018 Civic Numbering/Street Naming

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2014 79,499

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70620

Organisation

2070801001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Social Welfare & Community Development_Office of Departmental Head__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

1,844

Community Development

1,844

Use of goods and services Objective 060801 National 2010110 Strategy Output Activity

0001

1. Progressively expand social protection interventions to cover the poor

1,844 1.9

Improve efficiency of service delivery of MDAs, MMDAs and other public sector institutions

1,844 Operational and maintenance of the Office - Social Welfare

000001

Administrative expenses

Yr.1

Yr.2

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22109

1,844 1,844 1,844 1,844 1,844

Special Services

2210909 Operational Enhancement Expenses

Total Cost Centre

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 71040

Organisation

2070802001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Social Welfare & Community Development_Social Welfare__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

59,212

Family and children

52,712

Compensation of employees [GFS] Objective 000000 National 0000000 Strategy Output Activity

Compensation of Employees

52,712 Compensation of Employees

52,712

0000 000000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries 21110

6,500

Use of goods and services

National 6150111 Strategy Output Activity

0001

10. Create an enabling environment that will ensure the development of the potential of rural areas

2,700 1.11. Empower rural populations by reducing structural poverty, exclusion and vulnerability

2,700 Livelihoods of community members improved by Dec. 2014

000001

Data collection on socio economic variables in 5 deprived communities by Dec. 2014

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

2210103 Refreshment Items 2210114 Rations Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost

Objective 060801 National 6150111 Strategy Output Activity

0001

3,800 1.11. Empower rural populations by reducing structural poverty, exclusion and vulnerability

3,800

Organize sensitization on care and protection of children in three (3) communities

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

2210103 Refreshment Items Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210701 Training Materials 2210704 Hire of Venue

Output Activity

0002

Enhancement of social Welfare Service to the vulnerable

000001

Undertake monitoring visit to 20 Day Care Centres

Yr.2

Yr.3

1,800

1.0

1.0

1.0

1,600 1,600 1,600 1,600

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210702 Visits, Conferences / Seminars (Local)

Activity

000002

Supervise 5 Juveniles on probation

1.0

Use of goods and services

Friday, February 21, 2014

2,000

Yr.1

Use of goods and services 22107

2,000

2,000 450 200 250 1,550 1,350 200

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 22107

2,700

1. Progressively expand social protection interventions to cover the poor

Social protection services improved by 25% by 2014

000001

2,700

2,700 2,200 400 600 1,200 500 500

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

22105

52,712 52,712 52,712 52,712

Established Position

2111001 Established Post

Objective 050610

52,712

1.0

1.0

200 200

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Materials - Office Supplies

80 80 120 120

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 22105

Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost

Total Cost Centre

Friday, February 21, 2014

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70620

Organisation

2070803001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Social Welfare & Community Development_Community Development__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

156,088

Community Development

143,364

Compensation of employees [GFS] Objective 000000 National 0000000 Strategy Output Activity

Compensation of Employees

143,364 Compensation of Employees

143,364

0000 000000

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries 21110

10,102

Use of goods and services

National 6150201 Strategy Output Activity

0001

10. Create an enabling environment that will ensure the development of the potential of rural areas

3,975 2.1Promote the economic empowerment of women through access to land, labour, credit, markets, information, technology, business services and networks, and social protection including property rights Livelihoods of Community members improved by December 2014

000001

Organize 2 days workshop on micro-finance and group development for 15 women income-generating group leaders by the end of August, 2014

3,975

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

2210113 Feeding Cost Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost 22107

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210701 Training Materials 2210704 Hire of Venue

2210705 Hotel Accommodation 2210708 Refreshments 22108

Consulting Services

2210801 Local Consultants Fees

Activity

000002

Organize annual review meeting for 45 women's income generating group executives by the end of Nov. 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22105

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210704 Hire of Venue 2210708 Refreshments

Objective 060201 National 6020104 Strategy Output Activity

0001

4,677 1.4

Provide adequate resources and incentives for human resource capacity development

4,677

Procure office consumables by April

Use of goods and services 22101

1,000

1. Develop and retain human resource capacity at national, regional and district levels

Develop Human Resource capacity to enhance service delivery by June, 2014

000003

2,975

1,000 675 675 325 100 225

Travel - Transport

2210511 Local travel cost 22107

3,975

2,975 650 200 450 225 225 1,800 550 200 900 150 300 300

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 22105

143,364 143,364 143,364 143,364

Established Position

2111001 Established Post

Objective 050610

143,364

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

4,677 3,462 3,462 3,342 720

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

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2014

2210102 Office Facilities, Supplies & Accessories 22103

2,622 120 120

General Cleaning

2210301 Cleaning Materials

Activity

000006

Organize orientation/refresher training for 13 officers by Oct. 2014 on communication skills

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

1,215 1,215 1,215

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses

Objective 060401 National 6040102 Strategy Output Activity

0001

1. Ensure the reduction of new HIV and AIDS/STIs/TB transmission

570 1.2. Intensify advocacy to reduce infection and impact of HIV, AIDS and TB

570 Public Education on HIV & AIDS by December 2014

000001

Organise a seminar on HIV/AIDS for 13 core staff by Dec. 2014

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

National 7040404 Strategy

Output Activity

0001

880 4.4. Strengthen M&E capacity and coordination at all levels

880

Develop Monitoring & EvaluationPlan by April 2014

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000002

Prepare and submit annual budget estimates to the Municipal Assembly by September 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

000003

Monitor and evaluate the performance of departmental programmes and projects and submit reports on quarterly, bi-annually & annually by Dec. 2014

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services

22101

Travel - Transport

2210512 Mileage Allowance

National 6020104 Strategy

Output Activity

0001

1. Develop and retain human resource capacity at national, regional and district levels

2,622 1.4

Provide adequate resources and incentives for human resource capacity development

2,622 Develop Human Resource capacity to enhance service delivery by June, 2014

000003

Procure office consumables by April

Fixed Assets 31113

580

2,622

Non Financial Assets Objective 060201

100

580 400 400 180 180

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 22105

200

100 100 100

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

Activity

880

200 200 200

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery

Activity

570

4. Deepen on-going institutionalization and internalization of policy formulation, planning, and M&E system at all levels

`M&Ecapacity of department strenghtened by December 2013

000001

570

570 570 570

Training - Seminars - Conferences

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses

Objective 070404

1,215

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

2,622 2,622 2,622 2,622 2,622

Other structures

3111315 Furniture & Fittings

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

CF (Assembly)

Function Code

12603 70620

Organisation

2070803001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Social Welfare & Community Development_Community Development__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

2,000

Community Development

2,000

Non Financial Assets Objective 070404 National 7040404 Strategy Output Activity

0001

4. Deepen on-going institutionalization and internalization of policy formulation, planning, and M&E system at all levels

2,000 4.4. Strengthen M&E capacity and coordination at all levels

2,000 `M&Ecapacity of department strenghtened by December 2013

000001

Develop Monitoring & EvaluationPlan by April 2014

Yr.1

Yr.2

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31122

2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000

Other machinery - equipment

3112201 Plant & Equipment

Total Cost Centre

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

CF (Assembly)

Function Code

12603 70610

Organisation

2071001001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Works_Office of Departmental Head__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

281,616

Housing development

281,616

Non Financial Assets 2. Upgrade the capacity of the public and civil service for transparent, accountable, efficient, timely, effective performance and service delivery

Objective 070402 National 7040205 Strategy Output

281,616

0001

Construction of Office and residential accommodation

000001

Activity

281,616

2.5 Provide conducive working environment for civil servants

Construction of Office Accommodation

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 3111204 Office Buildings

000002

Activity

Construction of MCE Bungalow

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 3111101 Buildings

000003

Activity

Construction of 2No. Zonal Council office

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets

26,561 26,561 26,561 26,561

Non residential buildings

31112

150,293 150,293 150,293 150,293

Dwellings

31111

104,762 104,762 104,762 104,762

Non residential buildings

31112

281,616

3111204 Office Buildings

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

13509 70610

IDAA

Function Code Organisation

2071001001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Works_Office of Departmental Head__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

314,200

Housing development

314,200

Non Financial Assets Objective 070402 National 7040205 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Upgrade the capacity of the public and civil service for transparent, accountable, efficient, timely, effective performance and service delivery

314,200 Construction of Office and residential accommodation

000005

IDA SRWP Projects

Fixed Assets 31113

314,200

2.5 Provide conducive working environment for civil servants

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

314,200 314,200 314,200 314,200 114,200 200,000

Other structures

3111303 Toilets 3111306 Bridges

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

DDF

Function Code

14009 70610

Organisation

2071001001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Works_Office of Departmental Head__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

250,000

Housing development

250,000

Non Financial Assets Objective 070402 National 7040205 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Upgrade the capacity of the public and civil service for transparent, accountable, efficient, timely, effective performance and service delivery

250,000 Construction of Office and residential accommodation

000001

250,000

2.5 Provide conducive working environment for civil servants

Construction of Office Accommodation

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31112

000004

Completion of Odukponkpehe

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31112

1.0

30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000

Non residential buildings

3111205 School Buildings

Total Cost Centre

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Non residential buildings

3111204 Office Buildings

Activity

250,000

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70610

Organisation

2071002001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Works_Public Works__Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

112,694

Housing development

112,694

Compensation of employees [GFS] Objective 000000 National 0000000 Strategy Output Activity

Compensation of Employees

112,694 Compensation of Employees

112,694

0000 000000

Yr.1

Yr.2

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries 21110

112,694 112,694 112,694 112,694 112,694

Established Position

2111001 Established Post

Total Cost Centre

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01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

IGF-Retained

Function Code

12200 70112

Organisation

2071200001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Budget and Rating___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

10,000

Financial & fiscal affairs (CS)

10,000

Use of goods and services 2. Improve public expenditure management

Objective 010202

10,000

National 7020304 Strategy Output

3.4. Implement District Composite Budgeting

10,000

0001

Preparation of Fee Fixing and Composite Budget Estimate for 2015

000001

Activity

Preparation of Fee Fixing and Composite Budget Estimate for 2015

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services

10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

22107

10,000

2210702 Visits, Conferences / Seminars (Local)

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

12603 70112

CF (Assembly)

Function Code Organisation

2071200001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Budget and Rating___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

15,000

Financial & fiscal affairs (CS)

15,000

Use of goods and services Objective 010202 National 7020304 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Improve public expenditure management

15,000 3.4. Implement District Composite Budgeting

15,000 Preparation of Fee Fixing and Composite Budget Estimate for 2015

000001

Preparation of Fee Fixing and Composite Budget Estimate for 2015

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22107

2210709 Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Meetings Expenses

Total Cost Centre

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000

Training - Seminars - Conferences

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15,000

25,000

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BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION: COST BY ACCOUNT, ACTIVITY, OUTPUT, OBJECTIVE, ORGANISATION, SOURCE OF FUND AND PRIORITY, Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

Central GoG

Function Code

11001 70360

Organisation

2071500001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Disaster Prevention___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

203,548

Public order and safety n.e.c

203,548

Compensation of employees [GFS] Compensation of Employees

Objective 000000

203,548

National 0000000 Strategy Output

Compensation of Employees

203,548

0000 000000

Activity

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries

203,548 203,548 203,548 203,548

Established Position

21110

203,548

2111001 Established Post

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

12200 70360

IGF-Retained

Function Code Organisation

2071500001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Disaster Prevention___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

6,500

Public order and safety n.e.c

6,500

Use of goods and services 1. Minimize the impact of and develop adequate response strategies to disasters.

Objective 050801

6,500

National 3090307 Strategy Output

3.7. Increase capacity of NADMO to deal with the impacts of natural disasters

6,500

0001

Make adequate provision for disaster management within the Municipality

000001

Activity

Make Adequate Provision for disaster management

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services

6,500 6,500 6,500 6,500

Materials - Office Supplies

22101

6,500

2210119 Household Items

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

12603 70360

CF (Assembly)

Function Code Organisation

2071500001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Disaster Prevention___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

60,000

Public order and safety n.e.c

60,000

Use of goods and services Objective 050801 National 3090307 Strategy Output Activity

0001

1. Minimize the impact of and develop adequate response strategies to disasters.

60,000 3.7. Increase capacity of NADMO to deal with the impacts of natural disasters

60,000 Make adequate provision for disaster management within the Municipality

000001

Make Adequate Provision for disaster management

Use of goods and services 22101

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 60,000

Materials - Office Supplies

2210119 Household Items

Friday, February 21, 2014

Yr.1

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

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BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION: COST BY ACCOUNT, ACTIVITY, OUTPUT, OBJECTIVE, ORGANISATION, SOURCE OF FUND AND PRIORITY, Total Cost Centre

Friday, February 21, 2014

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

2014 270,048

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BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION: COST BY ACCOUNT, ACTIVITY, OUTPUT, OBJECTIVE, ORGANISATION, SOURCE OF FUND AND PRIORITY, Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding Function Code

01001 70451

Road transport

Organisation

2071600001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Urban Roads___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

129,812

129,812

Compensation of employees [GFS] Compensation of Employees

Objective 000000

129,812

National 0000000 Strategy Output

Compensation of Employees

129,812

0000 000000

Activity

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

0

0

0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Wages and Salaries

129,812 129,812 129,812 129,812

Established Position

21110

129,812

2111001 Established Post

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

11001 70451

Central GoG

Function Code Organisation

2071600001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Urban Roads___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

47,548

Road transport

17,039

Use of goods and services Objective 060201 National 7020104 Strategy Output Activity

0001

1. Develop and retain human resource capacity at national, regional and district levels

17,039 1.4 Strengthen the capacity of MMDAs for accountable, effective performance and service delivery

17,039 Administrative Expenses

000001

Administrative Expenses

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Use of goods and services 22101

2210102 Office Facilities, Supplies & Accessories Travel - Transport

2210503 Fuel & Lubricants - Official Vehicles

30,508

Non Financial Assets Objective 050102

National 3010213 Strategy Output Activity

0001

2. Create and sustain an efficient transport system that meets user needs

30,508 2.13 Promote the accelerated development of feeder roads and rural infrastructure

30,508 3No Culverts constructed by Dec 2013

000001

Construction of 6No. Culvert at kasoa,cp &kpometey

Fixed Assets 31113

17,039 17,039 10,000 2,000 8,000 7,039 7,039

Materials - Office Supplies

2210101 Printed Material & Stationery 22105

17,039

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

30,508 30,508 30,508 30,508 30,508

Other structures

3111301 Roads

Friday, February 21, 2014

Yr.1

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BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION: COST BY ACCOUNT, ACTIVITY, OUTPUT, OBJECTIVE, ORGANISATION, SOURCE OF FUND AND PRIORITY, Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

IGF-Retained

Function Code

12200 70451

Organisation

2071600001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Urban Roads___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

2014 Amount (GH¢)

Total By Funding

90,000

Road transport

90,000

Non Financial Assets 2. Create and sustain an efficient transport system that meets user needs

Objective 050102

90,000

National 3010213 Strategy Output

2.13 Promote the accelerated development of feeder roads and rural infrastructure

90,000

0002

Improve access roads within the Municipality

000001

Activity

Reshaping of Roads in the Municipality

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets

90,000 90,000 90,000 90,000

Other structures

31113

90,000

3111301 Roads

Amount (GH¢) Institution

01

General Government of Ghana Sector

Funding

12603 70451

CF (Assembly)

Function Code Organisation

2071600001

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa_Urban Roads___Central

Location Code

0220200

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa

Total By Funding

300,000

Road transport

300,000

Non Financial Assets Objective 050102 National 3010213 Strategy Output Activity

0002

2. Create and sustain an efficient transport system that meets user needs

300,000 2.13 Promote the accelerated development of feeder roads and rural infrastructure

300,000 Improve access roads within the Municipality

000001

Reshaping of Roads in the Municipality

Yr.1

Yr.2

Yr.3

1

1

1

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fixed Assets 31113

300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000

Other structures

3111301 Roads

Total Cost Centre Total Vote

Friday, February 21, 2014

300,000

Awutu Senya East Municipal-Kasoa MTEF Budget Document

567,359 6,558,785

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